FAAN moves corporate headquarters from Lagos to Abuja Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 1, 2021

“In compliance with the directive of the Federal Ministry of Aviation that all agencies in the sector relocate their corporate headquarters to Abuja, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has moved its corporate headquarters to Abuja,” FAAN said in a statement on Tuesday.

“This movement is aimed at ensuring operational efficiency, while also improving the quality of service delivery to our esteemed customersAlready, the Managing Director, Capt. Rabiu Yadudu, Directors and other critical members of staff of the Authority had since relocated to the new FAAN headquarters in Abuja.

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“Consequently, all correspondents to the Authority should be addressed to: The Managing Director/CE,Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, Headquarters (Nnamdi  Azikiwe International Airport),P.M.B. 534A,Abuja.Contact Number: +23412800833E-mail: @faan.gov.ngWebsite: www.faan.gov.ngcontact@faan.gov.ng. OR LAGOS ANNEX OFFICE:Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria,Lagos Annex Office,Murtala Muhammed Airport,P.M.B. 21607,Ikeja-Lagos.Contact Number: 01-2800833/01-2800830″

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