Seymour pledges quality service at Lagos airport


Seymour Aviation Limited has reaffirmed its commitment to the delivery of exceptional services to its customers at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos and across the country.

With the completion of a multi-storey car park with a capacity for 1,300 cars at MMIA, Managing Director of the company, Francis Ikenga, promised to continually explore Public Private Partnership (PPP) opportunities as part of efforts to reduce the infrastructural deficit in Nigeria’s aviation industry.

Ikenga said that the firm is well positioned to exceed the expectations of travellers.Equipped with a sophisticated billing system programmed to provide users with the exact amount for time spent at the parking lot, Ikenga noted that the facility will eliminate long queues, reduce traffic, speed up passenger and vehicular movements at the landside of the airport terminal.

He described the facility as not only a milestone but a source of national pride. Built in line with global standards, Ikenga pointed out that the multi-level car park is equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities including Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras mounted on every floor and around the premises, adequate conveniences for both male and female users on every floor of the complex.

Ikenga said: “To ensure uninterrupted power supply, the facility is equipped with a standby generator that can provide power for 24 hours. Passengers will enjoy protection from the effects of weather as they disembark from their vehicles within the facility and move into the terminal.”

The multi-level car park, Ikenga explained was conceived primarily to support Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria’s (FAAN) objective of making MMIA a hub for the West African aviation industry and destination of choice to airport service providers and users.

“This does not in any way undermine the income potential, which was the key driver for this project by Seymour Group,” he said. The Seymour Managing Director expressed his unreserved gratitude to Fidelity Bank Plc for financing the project, further adding that the Bank has remained unfaltering in its efforts to strengthen the Nigerian economy.



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