FAAN suspends Abuja airport taxi services


The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has announced the suspension of airport taxi services at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

The agency said this move was a result of unresolved factional disputes among the car hire operators, which had been affecting airport car hire service operations.

A statement signed by the Director, Public Affairs & Consumer Protection, Abdullahi  Yakubu-Funtua, said, “The FAAN wishes to inform the general public that the airport car hire service at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja has been suspended with immediate effect.

“This is as a result of the unresolved factional dispute among the car hire operators which has been affecting airport car hire service operations.”

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In the statement, FAAN advised visitors to the airport to opt for secured alternative means of transportation or E-hailing services.

The statement read, “Consequent upon this suspension, FAAN management advises the general public and all airport users, particularly our esteemed passengers to use secured alternative means of transportation or e-hailing services in and out of the airport.

 “The management of FAAN regrets any inconvenience this necessary suspension may cause our esteemed passengers, airport users and the general public. Normal Car Hire Services resumes as soon as their differences are resolved.”


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