NCAA cer­ti­fies new avi­a­tion se­cu­rity in­struc­tors for MMA2

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the Nige­rian Civil Avi­a­tion Au­thor­ity has cer­ti­fied new avi­a­tion se­cu­rity in­struc­tors for Bi-courtney Avi­a­tion Ser­vices Lim­ited, the op­er­a­tor of the Mur­tala Muhammed Air­port Ter­mi­nal 2, La­gos.

the BASL said the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion was part of a larger plan de­signed to fur­ther en­trench safety and se­cu­rity aware­ness and the pro­vi­sion of im­proved ser­vices at the ter­mi­nal.

A state­ment by Ay­otunde Osowe of the Cor­po­rate

Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Depart­ment, the BASL, said it had con­stantly in­vested in fa­cil­ity up­grade and de­vel­oped ro­bust staff train­ing pro­grammes as well as sound main­te­nance cul­ture at the ter­mi­nal to keep the fa­cil­ity in top shape.

“This has placed the MMA2 in a van­tage point as the Yule­tide ac­tiv­i­ties are in top gear, with trav­ellers, air­port users and other in­di­vid­u­als plan­ning to make the sea­son worth­while,” the firm said.

It added that in the area of se­cu­rity and qual­ity customer ser­vice, it had com­mit­ted re­sources to train its work­ers in a bid to de­liver top-notch ser­vice to all air­port users in line with world best prac­tices.

Ac­cord­ing to the firm, at a brief cer­e­mony re­cently where cer­tifi­cates were is­sued to the newly cer­ti­fied AVSEC in­struc­tors, the BASL’S Avi­a­tion Se­cu­rity Man­ager, Mr olatun­bo­sun oke­owo, de­scribed the train­ing pro­gramme as a wel­come de­vel­op­ment.

he said it would go a long way to boost the stan­dards al­ready set by the ter­mi­nal op­er­a­tors, which had re­ceived com­men­da­tion from avi­a­tion reg­u­la­tory bodies.

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