Abuja airport: New toll fare to begin July 17 — FAAN

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The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has announced that a new tariff for toll fare will be implemented at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) starting from July 17. The decision was communicated in a statement released by the FAAN management in Abuja.

As per the new tariff, the toll fare for cars will increase from N200 to N300, while the fare for buses and Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) will rise from N300 to N500. The adjustment in toll fares aims to align with prevailing economic factors and operational costs associated with maintaining the airport infrastructure.

Passengers and airport users are advised to take note of the revised toll fares and make necessary adjustments to their travel budgets accordingly. FAAN management assures the public of their commitment to providing quality services and maintaining the standards of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.

Additionally, the statement from the FAAN management highlighted that the toll fare for trucks with six tyres will increase from N500 to N1,000. As for trailers and containers, the new tariff will be set at N2,000. These adjustments reflect the increased costs associated with larger vehicles and heavier loads using the airport facilities.

The FAAN management urges all stakeholders, including truck operators, to comply with the revised tariff to ensure seamless operations and efficient service delivery at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.

The FAAN management emphasized its commitment to upholding its core values of safety, security, and comfort. The public is urged to take note of the revised toll fare and the effective date, which is July 17. By implementing these changes, FAAN aims to enhance the overall experience and ensure the continued provision of a safe and secure environment for all airport users.

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