Business resumed as usual at the Port Harcourt International airport following three months of lockdown both locally and internationally.
A flight from Lagos piloted by Air peace was the first to show up the Port Harcourt International Airport terminal at 7.50 a.m on saturday.
Mr Abayomi Akinbinu, who currently is the Regional Manager, South-South and South-East, FAAN, at the appearance of the main flight said that the Port Harcourt air terminal administration would guarantee most extreme consistence to security rules as flight tasks continue at the air terminal.
Further more, he included that the current administration will give no space for default even as he complimented specialist organizations and travelers at the air terminal.
Mr Abayoomi said ” I believe I’m happy with our adherence to health tips, yet we have to modify hardly any conventions particularly in the region of adherence to social distancing rule.
“Our markings of 1.5 meters separated are obviously on the floor, yet perhaps in view of fervor, it’s not being appropriately followed; so we have to implement that,” he included.
He referenced that the main flight experienced low traveler turnout, being the first since the lockdown.