FAAN announces E-tags payment for all travelers at the 24 Federal Airports nationwide starting May 17

FAAN announces E-tags payment for all travelers at the 24 Federal Airports nationwide starting May 17

FAAN announces E-tags payment for all travelers at the 24 Federal Airports nationwide starting May 17

The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria has announced electronic tags (e-tags) payment for all travellers at the 24 Federal Airports nationwide, starting from Friday, May 17, 2024.

 

In compliance with the Presidential Directive requiring all citizens to use e-tags to access the nation’s federal airports, FAAN notified the public that it has begun the sale of electronic tags (e-tags) at airports.

 

“Following the presidential directive that all citizens are mandated to pay for e-tags at all the 24 federal airports across the country, we wish to inform the general public that the e-tags are available for sale from Friday, 17th May, 2024 at the following locations,” FAAN said today, May 17.

 

“Lagos: Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos, Terminal 1, 5th Floor) Office of HOD Commercial. Contact: 08033713796 or 08023546030.

 

“Abuja: Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, HOD Commercial Office (General Aviation Terminal) Contact: 08034633527 or  08137561615.” 

 

FAAN said there will be an option to pay in cash at the access gates for motorists without e-tags. 

 

On May 14, Festus Keyamo, minister of aviation, announced everyone, including the president and vice-president, would pay tolls at the nation’s airports.

 

Keyamo said the government was losing over 82 percent of the revenue it should have earned from the access fee.

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