NAMA Reopens Warri Airport After 2-Month Closure

The Nigeria Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has reopened the Osubi Airport in Warri, Delta State, to flights operations after a two-month closure.

The redeployment of Air Traffic Controllers and aeronautical services yesterday saw no fewer than three nonscheduled aircraft touching down, Guardian writes.

Managing Director of the facility, Femi Oyediran, confirmed the reopening Thursday, adding that the debt claims and charges due to NAMA were yet to be resolved.

Also, Arik Air has announced the resumption of flight operations to Osubi Airport, with effect from Friday, October 26, 2018 (today).

Arik Air operates two flights daily from Lagos to Warri and one from Abuja to Warri.


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