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"MMA2 represents considerable cerebral input into very modest resources"
   Dr. Wale Babalakin, Chairman, Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited

"MMA2: Number one airport terminal in Nigeria since 2014"
  Federal Ministry of Aviation

"MMA2: Second cleanest public facility in Lagos State"
  Ex-Commissioner for the Environment, Lagos State, Mr. Muiz Banire


The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has requested for the business outline, the feasibility and transaction advisers for the proposed concession of some of the country’s airports. A source told New Telegraph that a team from the apex aviation regulatory body was in the country two weeks ago to appraise the country’s preparation for the concession of Lagos, Abuja, Port-Harcourt and Kano airports. At the meeting was immediate past Act...

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FG may allow regional flights for MMA2 There are indications that the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) would begin to plan diversion of flights to Lagos as foreign airlines have maintained that they would rather fly to Lagos than operate to Kaduna Airport following plans to shut the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, for a total rehabilitation of the airport’s runway. If the airlines make good their plans to come to Lagos rather th...

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For local carriers, 2016 was tough. They contended with shortage of aviation fuel and scarcity of foreign exchange, among others. Will business be better this year? KELVIN OSA-OKUNBOR writes that the Federal Government will need to do more to help the industry. What lies ahead in the aviation industry in 2017? Nigerians who are asking this question need not look further. Reason: the government has given its nod for the airports’ security archite...

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The plan by the Federal Government to concession four of its airports to private investors has been generating a lot of heated debate in public space. While many stakeholders and other Nigerians say concession is the way forward, considering the terrible state of the airports marked down for concessioning, and others, and seeing as the first and only concessioned airport in the country, the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), is being successfully man...

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Plans by the Federal Gvernment to concession the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport (NAA), Abuja, Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), Omagwa and Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA), Kano – the four major airports in the country – has spawned suspicion, anxiety and covert agitations in the nation’s aviation industry. The Minister of&n...

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That the Federal Government is insisting on concessioning the four biggest airports in the country to private investors is a serious indictment of the managers of the facilities, who could not manage them to profitability. Any discerning mind will agree with the government that airports across the country are wasting away under the watch of the failing Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), some of whose officials are protesting the government’s ne...

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There will be no job loss to concession  —Minister Few weeks after the federal government announced plans to concession the four international airports across the country for better efficiency, the minister of state for aviation, Hadi Sirika on Sunday hinted that all the 22 airports will be fully concessioned in the second phase of the project. The international airports: the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, Nnamdi Azikwe Internationa...

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A week ago flight operations were disrupted for two days at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos, following continued power outage. Passengers who were there at the time described the incident as a disaster. “Our international airport has reached a new low,” a passenger told ThisDay. Most Nigerian airports are in deplorable conditions. They are state-owned, but the government is not willing to privatize them. However, one thing they plan...

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Security in airports globally seems to be offering little answers to posers of terrorism. Insider threat accounts for major loopholes in standard security practices but still largely overlooked even in Nigeria. WOLE OYEBADE reports Airport security and safety of air travelers are more of a huge challenge to authorities in contemporary times. Air travel, popularly dubbed as the safest means of transportation, has become one of the soft targets of terrorist orga...

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The move by the federal government to concession four major airports in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt as part of its developmental plan for the aviation sector has evoked experts’ debate on the propriety or otherwise of the new move. Daily Trust looks into the raging discourse. The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, at a recent stakeholders’ forum where he unveiled the vision of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Gov...

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