Chaos at MMIA as FAAN relocates airways to new terminal
There was chaos and commotion on the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport (MMIA), Lagos Thursday following the relocation of some flights to the brand new terminal of the airport.
The relocation from the previous terminal and new terminal was because of the fireplace incident recorded on the previous terminal on Wednesday which disrupted flight operations for hours.
Sources who spoke with our correspondent yesterday stated the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) needed to disconnect electrical energy provide for all of the overseas airways to maneuver.
Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Improvement, Mr. Festus Keyamo had final week directed all of the overseas airways to relocate to the brand new terminal by October 1.
Our correspondent stories that many overseas airways had refused to relocate to the brand new terminal commissioned in March final 12 months by former President Muhammadu Buhari citing capability constraints.
Barely three weeks to the deadline, the terminal was partially gutted by fireplace forcing passengers, air visitors controllers and different airport customers to scamper for security.
FAAN yesterday stated it had redirected processing of passengers by means of the New Worldwide Terminal, efficient instantly.