For safety and smooth operations of both local and international airlines coming and going out of the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu, the federal government has given approval for the dismantling of the two obstructing masts on runway 08 and the relocation of a community market at the tail end of the runway.
The managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Engr. Saleh Dunoma who disclosed this in a chat with aviation journalists at the gateway forum of the League of Airports and Aviation Correspondents in Lagos recently, confirmed that, Enugu state government had given approval for the dismantling of the two obstructing masts on runway 08 and the relocation of a community market at the other end of the runway to ensure security.
With the order, succor has finally come the way of FAAN and the travelling public, as the impediments, comprising of television and Radio masts and a local market that has encroached on the airport land are to the removed very soon. According to Dunoma, the governor of Enugu state last week during the visit of the aviation Minister to the governor ordered the dismantling of the two masts and relocation of the community market to give way for proper expansion and to ensure security of the airport.
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