Business Owners of Private Jets in Nigeria to Pay $4,000 Luxury Tax

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(Source: Ventures Africa)

Private jet owners and operators in Nigeria are now going to pay luxury tax ranging from $3,000 to $4,000 depending on the country of registration. The luxury tax will be paid after every flight made within the country.

This new directive was contained in a memo issued on the 28th of August titled Order charging certain fees on operations in general aviation’. The memo was signed by the NCAA (Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority)’s Director-General, Captain Fola Akinkuotu.

According to the memo, private jets registered in Nigeria will pay the sum of $3,000 (N280,000) for every departure, while those registered in a foreign country would pay $4,000 (N640,000).

Meanwhile, operators of private jets have started complaining that the fees are illegal and because of that, they will not pay them.
 
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phealip

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I easily understand why private jet owners might feel reluctant to pay this fee. Tha
 
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phealip

Member
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That they have the money for luxury toys does not mean they have to be charged exorbitant fees - yes, exorbitant!!

Sometimes I feel the NCAA over does things in trying to regulate the aviation sector
 
zacman

zacman

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Only a few extra Naira in the collection box on worship day. Either at church, local government, state government, federal government, executive board rooms...

You will end up paying!
 
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