Airport terminals in Lagos, Tuesday, witnessed mass movement of passengers who resumed work after the Eid-el Fitr celebrations across the country.
Large numbers of passengers were seen at the MMA2, General Aviation Terminal, GAT and the international wings.
There were long queues at the various airlines counters as passengers struggled to purchase their tickets for their flights.
As at the time of this report, some airlines had dispatched their Uyo, Abuja, Kaduna, Port Harcourt and Owerri flights.
First Nation air which had issues last Friday is back to operations.
None of the operators was willing to speak on the issue of passengers surge as air fares generally remained moderate over the counter.
Commenting on the mass movement of passengers, the general manager, corporate communications, Mr. Yakubu Dati said passengers will continue to have seamless trips at the airports as a result of facilities put in place for passengers comfort.
Dati explained that detectors such as body scanners, baggage scanners and other screenings, made passengers trips safe and secured during the period of the holidays.
He noted that passengers adhered strictly to appeal by FAAN to desist from carrying dangerous items on board and advised passengers to always cooperate with FAAN directives.

READ ALSO  FG approves partial commercialization of NIPOST