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Saturday, 26 January 2013

FAAN begins evacuation of abandoned aircraft nationwide

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), this week began the evacuation of all abandoned aircraft in airports across the country. A special task force committee was set up to handle the project. The evacuation of abandoned aircraft began from the Murtala Mohammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, from there it will move to Abuja airport. The 13 abandoned aircraft in Lagos will be dismantled and its parts transported to a steel company for recycling.

21 comments:

★★PRINCE CHARMING™★★ said...

This is very good, recycling them is advantageous in any way you look at it.

ogbaje chuks said...

That is a nice move! The airliners responsible for the aircraft should pay fine...

Kass Babs said...

Hope dia parts is truly givn 4 recycling n not sold to other planes

Anonymous said...

I sincerely hope they mean this & not recycle to fly again...this ppl can't be trusted

Anonymous said...

Very gud development. Shows d Minister of Aviation is doing a gud job. More grease to dia elbows. Hope al other govt parastatals n Ministries wil b pro-active as dis.

Anonymouse said...

Hmm why is a raven like a writing desk...

BLOGLORD said...

better! they've constituted a nuisance for a very long time now.

shyka said...

Hope they keep to their words on the recycling and not refurbished and given a new name 'Second Nation'

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed said...

They should come and pack the igbinedion fleet in benin...they're maaaaaany!hehehe

Anonymous said...

What steel company are they transporting it to?

NAUGHTY CONFESSIONS OF NUBIAN KID said...

hmmmn someone else will be making millions from this now a pdp chieftain is waiting in a corner to collect all the millions for selling them all to his own company for scrap and then selling it off to an african country for 1000% profit

Anonymous said...

Hope they dont come back as Second Nation aircrafts sha.

Chidozie Mario said...

A very good idea indeed, but hope this is not a way of enriching certain people.
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Anonymous said...

it gud 2 do dat. Dat's if dy're not luking 4 a way 2 steal funds

Anonymous said...

@ Prince UNcharming: I don't think you have a job, or do you own a share on this blog. Must you comment on every topic, each time I pop here I see your face. Real men don't do gossip. Common!

Anonymous said...

@ Annon 4:21
It's more POWER to their elbow
Not more grease to their elbow!

★★PRINCE CHARMING™★★ said...

@Anonymous 11:02; I'll keep it simple so you can understand ok....?
3 words, 8 letters = Go to hell!
This is gossip right? LIB is just gossip right? Get a life hater!

Raylah said...

Pls o! They shld hurry and come 2 Benin City. Our great Esama's abondoned aircrafts plenty wella... They'l see enuf aircrafts to carry, they go tire.

Anonymous said...

Finally, after how many donkey years.

Anonymous said...

Finaly! Good!

Promise said...

Am sorry bt i have to say this. Nigeria is a useless country. Am a nigerian and i live and work in Qatar, a country that doesn't possess half of what we have in Nigeria. But bcos of good management, people on the outside thinks Qatar is that rich. Now the new Hamad international airport will open on 1st april with over 1oo destination as the countries target. Nigeria could not even boast of an airline. Nw the next move is to enrich someone through te evacuation of abandoned aircraft. How will that affect the aviation sector ? Useless country. Linda post my comment o..

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