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FAAN boss commissions ATSSSAN White House on May Day

The Managing Director of the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria FAAN Engr Saleh Dunoma has commissioned the aviation white house constructed by the Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association (ATSSSAN) as part of activities marking the May Day celebration.

This is just as the Dunoma has said that FAAN is working towards getting the best terminals for airport users across the country.

Speaking with aviation correspondents shortly after the building commissioning, Dunoma said a lot has been done to improve on safety of both the airlines and passengers at airports.

According to the FAAN boss, work on the air side has in some airports have been completed which can be attested by the pilots that use the facilities.

Dunoma explained that passengers will soon start experiencing better facilities as soon as the new terminals were put into use noting that work has reached advanced stage.

On the construction of cargo airports in some designated States, the FAAN boss explained that some equipment for the cargo airports have arrived but for paucity of funds it has slow down the pace of work.

He assured that the agency will commence work by prioritizing six of those cargo airports by completing them as soon as fund was available stressing that the revenue generated from the airports will be channelled to complete others.

On the labour management relationship, Engr Dunoma commended labour for the peaceful co-existence between them.

He congratulated ATSSSAN on the great feat by erecting the edifice and pledged his support towards the development of the Union.

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