Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport resumes operation, follows COVID-19 preventive measures in operation.
The Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport located in abuja on Saturday resumes full operation to carry out their business activities.
This is against the initial decision of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) last week, announcing that the Aviation Industry will resume business operations by August 27.
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According to News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, the airport opened with full compliance of the COVID-19 preventive measures with hand washing provision fully made available.
In addition, the Abuja based airport also made available alcohol based hand sanitizer and temperature checks for passenger.
It was also note that the airport was in full observance of physical distancing as seating chair has been rearranged and placeholder to give instructions to passengers were also there.
Such placeholders as “do not use this seat”, “keep your distance”, were placed at the appropriate positions.
Moreso, journalists covering presidential task force were led on what DailyPost called “dry run” as they were there to witness the first re-opening of the airport.
Adding that the airport also showcased their newly acquired passenger detecting machines.
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