The Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) Engr Saleh Dunoma said the partnership between FAAN and the Airports Council International (ACI) will enhance skills and the performance of FAAN Airports.
He said the partnership will facilitate identification and closing gaps to achieve the executive leadership’s goal of Airport certification.
Director General ACI World, Angela Gittens signing a document side by side managing director of FAAN, Saleh Dunoma
Engr Dunoma stated this during signing of MOU between FAAN and ACI at Montreal, Canada.
The MOU was signed by the Director General of ACI world, Angela Gittens and Engr Saleh Dunoma, Managing Director of FAAN.
Angela Gittens expressed delight in FAAN’S commitment to the realization of this partnership. According to her, Nigeria being the largest economy is taking its proper role in championing this critical aspect.
The signing ceremony is an outcome of the recently concluded ACI Airport Excellence in Safety (APEX) reviews, aimed at identifying and closing gaps to achieve the executive leadership’s goal of Airport certification
The occasion was witnessed by the Capt Alkali Talba, Director Safety and Technical policy, Ministry of Aviation, Capt Muktar Usman, Director General of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Agency (NCAA), Head Nigerian mission to ICAO, Martins Nwafor, General Manager, Airport Planning and Technical Services Ms Nse Ikiddeh, Deputy General Manager Operations, Yusuf Mohammed Kabir and other top management of the Aviation agencies.
The team from ACI was supported by Danny Boutin, senior manager APEX programmes and Kevin Caron, Head Global Training.
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