In a move to improve the revenue base of airports for greater productivity, the managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, Engr. Saleh Dunoma has established a special task force on revenue enhancement.
The task force will be headed by the managing director of FAAN Engr. Saleh Dunoma.
Engr. Dunoma who disclosed this in Lagos at a meeting with Regional and Airports Managers urged them to recover revenue at the point of collection as and when due and applying sanctions where necessary.
The Airport Managers were also mandated to step up efforts in recovering debts and initiating non-aeronautical revenue approved budget.
During the meeting which was attended by the top management of the Authority, Engr. Dunoma reiterated the Authority’s commitment to delivering services at international standards of quality, in line with its mission statement.
Speaking further, the managing director charged the managers to promote a healthy working relationship between the Authority’s Aviation Security Services and other government agencies at the airports, to discourage misunderstandings between various agencies at our airports.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian Institute of Business Development has praised FAAN for its cooperation and collaboration in advancing the course of the institute.
In recognition of this effort, the body has honoured the managing director/ chief executive officer of FAAN, Engr. Saleh Dunoma with the award of honorary Fellow of the institute during its International Business Development Week/Summit in July, 2015 at Ikeja.
The Registrar/chief executive officer of the institute, Mr. Paul Ikele, disclosed this when he led council members of the institute on a courtesy visit to Engr. Dunoma.
He expressed the institute’s readiness to continue to collaborate with the Authority in an effort to establish best business ethics in the country.
Engr. Saleh, while accepting the award, thanked the institute for this kind gesture and promised to sustain the good relationship FAAN has established with the institute.
He expressed the hope that this partnership between the two bodies would enshrine international business best practices in the aviation industry.

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