Upsurge in passengers’ traffic: FAAN urges passengers to get to airport early

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has advised passengers and airport users, particularly those at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja to get to the airport early so as to complete their check-in procedures in good time and avoid unpleasant experiences associated with missing their flights.

According to FAAN, given the advice became pertinent as a result of the like delay they may encounter at the entrance to the airport terminals caused by the built-up vehicular traffic occasioned by the increase in passenger traffic being witnessed presently.

The authority however assured passengers and other airport users that all hands were on deck to ensure swift facilitation and reduce the congestion to the barest minimum.

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