FAAN installs new cooling system at Arrival wing of MMIA


Posted by Sade Williams

Relief and more comfort have come the way of passengers and airport users as the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has replaced the chillers at the Arrival Wing of the International Airport with brand new ones.

This is the first stage of what is meant to be a total overhaul of the cooling system as the airport authority plans to extend the chillers to the Departure Wing as soon as possible to give passengers the right experience.

It was learnt that the newly installed chillers were commissioned on February 12, 2019 and immediately put to use.

A visit to the terminal shows that the chillers were working optimally and surprisingly watched as workers around the Arrival D and E as well as people around the lobby were clad in cardigans.

In recent years, there has been hues and cries with regards the heat that emanates from the terminal causing passengers who just arrived the country to complain bitterly, however, the installation of the chilling system, this seem to have changed.

Passengers arriving the terminal via Kenyan Airways and RwandAir reacted to the new chill that greeted their arrival especially those who were frequent travellers.

A passenger who identified himself simply who spoke to our reporter commended the effort of FAAN, urging it to maintain the system at the right time.

“Look, my brother, I have travelled this airport on numerous occasions and this is the first time in years that I step out of the aircraft and feel like I am still in a lush environment. In fact I feel the same sensation as if I’m still in the aircraft and although this is quite nice, they need to maintain it so it doesn’t get bad. Maintenance is key.”

Our reporter also learnt that apart from plans to extend the chillers to departure, other works are ongoing  including the change of the ceilings as well are relighting of the terminal.

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