FG reopens the former MMA terminal in a bid to alleviate flight disruptions


The Federal Government has officially reopened the D Wing of the old international terminal at Lagos’ Murtala Muhammed International Airport, with the goal of mitigating flight disruptions and enhancing overall air travel efficiency.

This decision is part of a broader initiative to tackle the growing challenges faced by travelers and airlines operating in Nigeria due to the abrupt relocation of foreign airlines from the international terminal of the Lagos airport to a new adjoining terminal that opened in March.

The Minister of Aviation, Mr. Festus Keyamo, announced the reopening of the renovated old international terminal on Monday, emphasizing the government’s dedication to improving the aviation sector and ensuring a smooth travel experience for passengers.

This move follows Keyamo’s earlier directive for airlines to move to the new terminal by October 1, 2023, which was enforced by FAAN on Wednesday.

FAAN’s decision to relocate international carriers was prompted by various factors, including a fire incident in the baggage hall of MMIA and issues with power supply.

Nonetheless, FAAN is actively addressing these challenges. The utilization of the D Wing for passenger processing has already commenced.



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