Sunday , 14 August 2022
Max Air aircraft a Boeing 747-346 designated for Hajj with registration number 5N-DBM

As 2022 Hajj kicks off, FAAN assures of preparations


FEDERAL Airports Authority of Nigeria ( FAAN) has assured pilgrims and the general public of her readiness to seamlessly conduct the 2022 hajj operations.

The Managing Director of the Authority, Captain Rabiu Yadudu made the disclosure at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport recently, while inspecting facilities at the airport.

According to Yadudu, the 2022 hajj operations will kick off at Maiduguri on the 9th June, with 3 major carriers viz; FlyNas Airline, Azman Airline and Max Air already licensed to airlift pilgrims at Lagos and Abuja airports from Friday, June 10, 2022.

Admonishing pilgrims to get to the airport early to avoid missing their flights, the MD noted that every requirement aimed at ensuring the safety, security and comfort of pilgrims have been met already.

Captain Yadudu expressed confidence that the hajj operations will be successful, as he wished all pilgrims a successful pilgrimage.

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