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The Airports Council Worldwide (ACI) Africa has given the Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja the 2020 Airport Service High quality (ASQ) award for Finest Airport by Measurement and Area (5 to fifteen million passengers per yr in Africa).

Moi Worldwide Airport, Mombasa, Kenya gained the Finest African Airport beneath 2 million passengers per yr, whereas Kotoka Worldwide Airport, Kotoka, Accra, Ghana gained the Finest African Airport 2 to five million passengers per yr.

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The African Airport with Finest Hygiene Measures was gained by Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Worldwide Airport, Mauritius.

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) MD/CEO, Captain Rabiu Yadudu accepted the award on behalf of the organisation and restated FAAN’s dedication to making sure the security, safety and luxury of passengers in any respect airports throughout the nation.

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Yadudu mentioned;

“This award represents FAAN’s dedication to repeatedly enhancing buyer’s expertise throughout all our airports.

“The popularity comes at a time after we are geared in direction of guaranteeing seamless airport facilitation with the opening of recent terminals and upgrading of our present infrastructures throughout board.”

In swift reactions, Nigerians have reacted to the announcement.

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