Barrister Wale Babalakin, (SAN) Chairman, Bicourtney Aviation Services Limited, BASL
Bi-Courtney Aviation Services (BASL), operators of Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal 2 (MMA2), has acquired additional X-ray machines and air conditioner equipment in order to further guarantee unrivalled safety, security and comfort for all the airport users
The BASL Acting Head of Business, Mr Raphael Uchegbu, made this known during the courtesy visit to the management of MMA2 terminal, by the Executive Council members of the League of Aviation And Airport Correspondents, LAAC.
Uchegbu said the acquisition of state of the art technology by BASL was to constantly improve the quality of service delivery to passengers and other airport users and such investment had formed the standard practice of the terminal manager- being ahead in passengers comfort.
He noted that in 2015, the management did a major equipment upgrade in which escalators were replaced and that had been the practice with the view to ensuring an unhindered flow of quality service to the delight of airlines, passengers and other numerous customers.
BASL Head of Business further shed light, “When we started operations, we had all the facilities but in 2015. We changed a lot of things. As we speak we are expecting X-ray machines to arrive. And AC too”, Uchegbu said.
In his remark, the Group Corporate Affairs Manager, Mr Mikail Mumuni, lamented that the terminal manager had consistently been making huge investments which made MMA2 the terminal to beat but its activities had been under-reported.
Mumuni noted that Nigeria had a very huge infrastructure deficit, stressing that, “government is incapable of bridging the gap. The onus is on those that are materially endowed to do it”, he said.
He appealed to his guests to ensure activities in the nation’s airports get deserved media attention as he equally solicited for LAAC’s support for accurate reportage of activities by the terminal manager which invariably was to contribute to the nation’s Gross Domestic Products, GDP.Share