Following different revolutions in the Nigerian airports they have been major developments and changes in these organizations, but we want to outline the best 5 airports in NIgeria;
Murtala Muhammed International Airport
The airport is located at ikeja near Lagos was built during world war 2. The organization was formed in 1947 and its main base was located at ikeja.
In 2010 the airport was recoreded to have served 6,273,545 passengers making it one of the largest used airlines in the country.
Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
The airport was initially built in 2000, but it officially opened in 2002, the organization in November 20016 spent about US$101.1 million in contract for the management of the organization for the next 25 years.
On january 4, 2017, Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council backed the Ministry of Aviation’s decision to close the airport for six weeks to enable repairs on the runway, which was said to be dysfunctional.
Yakubu Gowon Airport
Yakubu Gowon Airport that is also known as Jos Airport is an aiport serving mainly in the jos region, which is the capital of Plateau State. The runway has 60 metres (200 ft) overruns on each end.
Ibadan airport is an aiport serving ibadan, the capital of Oyo State, of Nigeria.
The airport was commissioned in june 1982, by the former senate president Joseph Wayas, the airport is located at Alakia.
Port Harcourt International Airport
Port harcourt plays a very vital role in Rivers State economy and the nation at large, because its an oil producing state. The States airport is located on the outskirts of the city and its been used by commercial airlines.