The Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja will before the end of this week get safety and security certification from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, a source close to the regulatory organisation told Punch correspondent.
According to the source, the airport, which began operations about 15 years ago, recently got a pass mark in security, safety and equipment from the NCAA, adding that the certification process began in 2014.
The NCAA was said to be satisfied with the several manuals submitted to its inspectors by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, operator of the airport.
Punch, November 9, 2017
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