Pilgrims boarding; departing for Saudi Arabia
Intending Nigerian Pilgrims to the holy land in Saudi Arabia have been assured of a seamless, hassles free passenger facilitation at all the airports managed by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN.
The Managing Director, FAAN, Capt Hamisu Rabiu Yadudu, gave the assurance at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport while inspecting facilities dedicated to the smooth operations of all phases of facilitation at the airport.
Capt Yadudu made a clarion call to all pilgrims to ensure they arrive early at the airports to avoid missing their flights and avoid anxieties that late arrival often inflicts on the health of passengers such as raised adrenalin, and palpitation, which early arrival would prevent.
Hence, he implored pilgrims to be determined to complete their facilitation paraphernalia without stress which prompt arrival at the airport will enable the pilgrims to experience.
Yadudu reiterated that every requirement that will bring about safety, security, and comfort for pilgrims had already been provided at the airports for the pilgrims’ delight.
The FAAN helmsman announced that airlifting of pilgrims will kick off in Maiduguri today, Thursday, 9th June while airlifting of pilgrims in Lagos and Abuja will start on Friday, 10th June 2022.
Three major carriers have been given the clean bill of health for the operations. They are FlyNas Airline, Azman Airline and Max Air.Share