The Government Air terminals Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has affirmed the migration of flight activities from the old terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Air terminal (MMIA) in Lagos to the upgraded one (terminal two).
FAAN reported the movement in a press explanation on Thursday with the organization likewise approaching explorers to show up at the air terminal no less than three hours before their flight.
The organization made sense of that showing up at the air terminal early would likewise permit the registration cycle to be finished in time.
“This is to illuminate the voyaging public that flight activities have been moved from the Old Murtala Muhammed Global Air terminal (TI) to the new terminal (T2),” FAAN said.
“FAAN utilizes this medium to engage travelers to continuously get to the air terminal ‘something like three hours’ before their takeoff time to guarantee that registration exercises are closed sooner or later.”
The declaration comes multi week after the pastor of flying and aviation improvement, Festus Keyamo, gave an order to all carriers to empty the old terminal from October 1, 2023.
Keyamo, on a visit through the air terminal on August 1, requested the quick movement of all unfamiliar carriers to the new however abandoned Chinese terminal at the MMIA in Lagos.
The avionics serve additionally said that the obligatory departure is to clear way for the closure and remodel of the old MMIA terminal.
“We should utilize what we have for the time being. I have given both worldwide and neighborhood aircrafts till October 1, 2023, to move from the old terminal to the upgraded one,” he said.
“We will close down the old terminal briefly and figure out every one of the issues encompassing the old terminal like concession arrangements, etc.”