Federal Airport Authority Of Nigeria – Akure Airport Recruitment

This is to notify the general public that the recruitment form for Akure Airport successful Job application at Akure Airport There are certain requirement outlined to guide you through your application process. When you meet up the job requirement you will follow up to the next process. Note that each stage to the successful shortlisting of candidates are extreme, there is no shortcut in this process, all you have to do is stay rightly informed, carry out any activity stated in this article which guide you towards the green light of you getting the job.

Application Process Of Federal Airport Authority Of Nigeria Akure Airport

Browse through the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) recruitment portal Search the job position that best suits your qualification and start applying.

An aptitude test will be conducted The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria recruitment management team will only shortlist candidates that meets up to their standard.

Applicants Must Possess All Requirements Stated Below

Documents to be Uploaded in Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria Portals

  • Your curriculum vitae CV
  • Your academic qualifications/certificates
  • Local Government of Origin certificate
  • Your Certificate of State of Origin
  • Your National Identification Number (NIN), Nigerian International Passport, Valid Driver’s License
  • Your recent Passport (sized) Photo.

Federal Airport Authority Of Nigeria Recruitment

  • Applicants must be a citizen of Nigeria
  • Applicants must be a graduate with a suitable degree
  • Applicants must be with NYSC discharge certificate
  • Applicants must be able to speak English fluently and other languages

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The Brief History Of Federal Airport Authority Of Nigeria.

FAAN performs its statutory duties, according to the policy guidelines provided by the Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Federal Ministry of Transportation and is guided by these in all of its business dealings and agreements with contractors and various third parties with which it does business.

NAIA was built in the early 2000 and opened in 2002. It holds a pride of place, among airports in the country, as the international airport for the country’s federal capital, Abuja. The airport named after the late Dr. Nnandi Azikiwe, a foremost nationalist and one of the country’s founding fathers, often plays host to visiting dignitaries and high ranking government officials as well as Nigerians visiting the federal capital for business or leisure.

The airport has two terminals—one, for international flights and the other for domestic flights. Plans by FAAN to build a second runway at this airport, in order to reduce the heavy air traffic on the airport’s single runway are at an advanced stage. A cargo section is also included in the design of the new state-of-the-art international terminal currently under construction at the airport.

The Nigerian Airports Authority, NAA which later became Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN was set up by the Nigerian government by Decree 45 of 1976, to oversee the operations and maintenance of all Federal airports.

The aviation agency was re-named, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN in August, 1995, following a major restructuring and reforms of the Nigerian Aviation sector by the Federal Government.

In 2013,the Federal Ministry of Aviation launched the most ambitious rehabilitation programme that the aviation industry has experienced since inception. The upgrade and rehabilitation programme involved the remodeling and rehabilitation of 22 Federal
government-owned airports around the co


Many of the country’s airport terminals that had not been refurbished for long, were rehabilitated and remodeled to increase their capacity. That programme is 90 per cent completed.

The audit assessed the country’s aviation safety rules, procedures and available facilities, giving them a pass mark. The Category One certification will enable bilateral air connections between the two countries ,allowing airlines of both sides to fly direct to either country.

How To Apply For Federal Airport Authority Of Nigeria Jobs

Visit the portals via: http://www.faan.gov.ng/



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