Ministry of Aviation Commissions First Private Jet Terminal in Nigeria

Ministry of Aviation Commissions First Private Jet Terminal in Nigeria


Deputy Senate President Ike Ekwuremadu and Minister of Aviation Stella Oduah

Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Aviation has commissioned the first private jet terminal at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, the brief ceremony was attended by Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu, Minister of Aviation Stella Oduah, Chairman House Committee on Aviation Nkiruka Onyicha, Director General of FAAN George Uriesi.

Speaking at the commissioning, Ekweremadu noted that: “This is a ministry which has done everything to appropriate properly, the monies allocated to it. I would like to comment the commend the president for helping us re-engineer the aviation sector.

“I will like to ask the government not to rest, we believe with proper will, proper funding and the supervision of those responsible, there will be proper mileage. I’ll like us to commend the house committee for bringing about the oversight function in ensuring this project is conducted in earnest.”

In the same vein the Chairman House Committee on Aviation Nkiruka Onyiocha dispelled rumours of the house and the Ministry of Aviation being at logger heads.

“We will continue to support you to ensure that the aviation sector will continue to move at this pace. We assure you of our support, and assure Nigerians that with the help of the National Assembly, we will to see more transformation in other sectors.” She said.

Also present at the ceremony was Director General of NCAA, Harold Demuren, and the Director General of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency.

Highlighting the achievements of the event, Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria FAAN, Mr George Uriesi said the commissioned private commercial terminal was the first of such recorded, stating that it opened business opportunities for Nigerians.

“The private flight industry has grown the most all around the world, and the commercially important people will be provided these facilities, as also the business opportunities”.

“I continually to have exactly no doubt in my mind, that we can be anything we choose to be. With the support we get from you. We will be able to change the passenger service we provide in Nigeria.”

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Deputy Senate President Ike Ekwuremadu and Minister of Aviation Stella Oduah

Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Aviation has commissioned the first private jet terminal at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, the brief ceremony was attended by Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu, Minister of Aviation Stella Oduah, Chairman House Committee on Aviation Nkiruka Onyicha, Director General of FAAN George Uriesi.

Speaking at the commissioning, Ekweremadu noted that: “This is a ministry which has done everything to appropriate properly, the monies allocated to it. I would like to comment the commend the president for helping us re-engineer the aviation sector.

“I will like to ask the government not to rest, we believe with proper will, proper funding and the supervision of those responsible, there will be proper mileage. I’ll like us to commend the house committee for bringing about the oversight function in ensuring this project is conducted in earnest.”

In the same vein the Chairman House Committee on Aviation Nkiruka Onyiocha dispelled rumours of the house and the Ministry of Aviation being at logger heads.

“We will continue to support you to ensure that the aviation sector will continue to move at this pace. We assure you of our support, and assure Nigerians that with the help of the National Assembly, we will to see more transformation in other sectors.” She said.

Also present at the ceremony was Director General of NCAA, Harold Demuren, and the Director General of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency.

Highlighting the achievements of the event, Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria FAAN, Mr George Uriesi said the commissioned private commercial terminal was the first of such recorded, stating that it opened business opportunities for Nigerians.

“The private flight industry has grown the most all around the world, and the commercially important people will be provided these facilities, as also the business opportunities”.

“I continually to have exactly no doubt in my mind, that we can be anything we choose to be. With the support we get from you. We will be able to change the passenger service we provide in Nigeria.”

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