Why We Will Enforce Passenger Facilitation Policy From July 12, By Bi-Courtney

Why We Will Enforce Passenger Facilitation Policy From July 12, By Bi-Courtney

The Group Corporate Affairs Manager of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operator of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), Mr. Mikail Mumuni has explained that it intends to enforce the rules regarding the original design of the terminal on drop-off from July 12, because the Drop-Off Zone was designed to cater for out-bound passengers and other terminal users only while in-bound or arriving passengers are meant to use the Arrival parking area and the Multi-Storey Car Park, stressing that both outbound and inbound passengers were not meant to cross path.
He noted that in the light of recent happenings around airport facilities across the globe and consistent with BASL’s position of always complying with international best practices, the Management has concluded plans to enforce the rule, in a bid to further ensure that passenger safety is guaranteed and potential security threats are nipped in the bud before they occur.
BASL advised travelers and others using the terminal to avail themselves of the rules guiding picking up and dropping of passengers at the terminal stating that the rules are aimed at restoring sanity to the Drop-Off Zone area of the terminal, and also part of the strategic moves to ensure that safety and security of all terminal users are not subjected to undue risk.
It would be recalled that the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) also recently issued rules guiding dropping off and picking up of passengers at all airports nationwide.
BASL Ag. Head of Business, Mr. Raphael Uchegbu, while speaking on the development, noted that airport facility anywhere in the world is a highly efficient industry, where there is zero tolerance for security and safety breaches.
According to Uchegbu, “the business of aviation is a highly sensitive one and BASL is a highly efficient organization. The proposed enforcement is in line with BASL’s policy of giving no room for lapses, especially on matters relating to passengers comfort, safety and security, since the commencement of operations at MMA2 14 years ago.”
Also speaking on the process, BASL’s Head of Parking Services, Mrs. Ajoke Yinka-Olawuyi, noted that the enforcement of the rules is expected to improve seamless passenger facilitation and bring about new experience at MMA2.
She stated that creating sound traveling experience for passengers at all times is the hallmark of most modern airport facilities around the world, including MMA2, hinting further that, “our services are top-notch and from time to time, we work hard to create quality experience for our esteemed customers. Particularly with issues revolving around safety and security, we try as much as possible to operate our facility in line with laid down guidelines, and international best practices.”
The enforcement, according to BASL, is expected to come into effect from 12th of July, 2021.

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Albinus Chiedu is a journalist, aviation media consultant, events management professional, and author. He has practiced journalism since 2000.

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