The Arbiter Guest Columnist
There seems to be needless competition in establishing aerodromes without due regard to the feasibility of the venture. In the circumstances, authorities are “forced” to spend revenues earned from four viable terminals in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kano to subsidise operations in the 20 other airports managed by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN). Kelvin Osa Okunbor who examines the rationale behind establishing unviable airports by state governments and wealthy individuals.
More states caught by the bug
Viability statuses of some Nigerian airports
Is concession best option?
Revenue accruals and expenditures of most airports
Should state governments build airports?
Controversies over running state-owned airports
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