Nigerian Aviation Stakeholders decrying Poor Infrastructure

Aviation stakeholders have urged the Nigerian government to upgrade the country's aviation infrastructure to support the country's aviation industry that has experienced some renewed growth in the last few years.

The stakeholders describe the airport environment as "difficult one to operate" in , other calls include the need to provision of air field lighting, conveyor belts along at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport that are no longer operational. The belts are said to be as old as the airport itself and the government has made promises in the past to upgrade although the promises have not been fulfilled. Infrastructural development is very key to not only supporting the growth of aviation in Africa but also ensuring high standards of safety are observed. Read Post on All Africa Infrastructure - What Govt Must do to Aid Air Transport
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