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FAAN announces temporal redirection of arrival vehicles from Monday

FROM Monday, November 26, vehicular movements towards the arrival floor will be redirected effective 0800hours as part of efforts to ensure seamless facilitation following ongoing construction at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.

Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) gave this notification to airport users and passengers this evening stating that its planned redirection of Arrival vehicular movement will see a temporary Arrival Pick Up Zone in the old car park opened.

The statement read,”The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria hereby notifies passengers and other airport users that due to the ongoing construction works at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos (which is aimed at enhancing facilitation and improving travel experience of our customers), vehicular movements on the arrival floor will be redirected effective 0800hours on Monday November 26, 2018.”

“To this effect, a temporary Arrival Pick Up Zone in the old car park (opposite the terminal building) will be opened.”

According to the airport authority, arriving passengers will, as usual, exit the halls through Arrival Gate D but will no longer be able to turn left as the left axis will be closed due to construction.

All passengers after exiting from Arrival Gate D, will now turn right and proceed to the old car park (opposite the terminal building) where the temporary pick up zone has been created.

To ensure seamless vehicular movement as this phase of the construction is going on, the Authority has already mobilized relevant security agencies to assist in ensuring improved landside facilitation.

While we appeal to all airport users to cooperate with the security agencies on ground and ensure compliance to driving/parking rules, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause them.

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