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FAAN readies airports for Sallah celebrations

FEDERAL Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has assured all airport users that Nigerian airports under its management are fully ready to play host to all air travellers especially during this Sallah celebration.

According to FAAN, airport security and other logistics have been upgraded and strengthened to provide for the expected increase in passenger traffic in and around our airports.

In a statement signed by acting General Manager Corporate Communication, the authority also stated that new directional display units have been provided to guide travellers, especially new ones, at our airports. Airport dos and don’ts banners have also been displayed at strategic locations to educate newcomers.

We also advise the general public and intended travellers to make early preparations to enable them complete travel requirements in good time.

FAAN is committed to watertight security, guaranteed safety and improved facilitation at the nation’s airports.

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