FAAN reveals rules in entering of airports

FAAN reveals rules in entering of airports

The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has asked non-travellers to stay away from airports when they reopen.

FAAN stated this in a Twitter post today.

The agency also advised persons coming to pick up arriving passengers, to remain in their cars until the passengers’ exit airports’ entrances.

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“Non-travelling passengers will not be allowed into the Airport Terminal Buildings.

“People coming to pick up arriving passengers

advised to remain in their cars until passengers exit the gate.

Stay safe,” the tweet read.

FAAN also urged travellers to wear face masks and maintain two metres distance from each other.

Earlier in the week, the agency advised passengers to arrive at airports three hours before take-off to ensure proper checks.

The date for the reopening of airports is yet to be confirmed.

Refer to the post below;

In other news, as reported by Dailypost.ng it stated Nigerian Govt denies approving airports to be reopened June 21.

The news agency said that the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has denied fixing June 21, 2020,

for the resumption of air travel in the country.

PTF National Coordinator, Sani Aliyu, stated this during the daily press briefing on Thursday in Abuja.

According to him, the Aviation Ministry was asked to prepare for reopening and update the Task Force.

Aliyu also said reopening airports, would also mean a reassessment of inter-state travel restrictions and curfews.

“As you know, the Aviation Industry highly regulated,

there are things they must do before they start flying, such as retraining of pilots,

recalibrating the aircraft and ensuring safety across the board, as well as measures

we need to impose at the airports to make sure that people are safe.

“If they come back to us and say they are ready from June 21 onwards,

we will open the skies for domestic travels.

And that’s when we will address the issue of inter-state restrictions and curfew.

But for the moment, there’s no plan right now, to say June 21 here we go,” he said.

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