Yakubu Gowon Airport In Jos Temporarily Shut Down For Runway Maintenance 

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has taken a crucial step in ensuring the safety of passengers and aircraft by announcing the temporary closure of Yakubu Gowon Airport in Jos, Plateau State.

 In a press statement released on Wednesday, FAAN management declared that the airport would be closed for one week, from Saturday, September 23, to Friday, September 29, 2023, to facilitate essential runway maintenance.

The decision to temporarily suspend flight operations was made in the best interest of safety and to uphold the highest standards in aviation. FAAN expressed its commitment to minimizing disruptions while prioritizing safety.

The press statement issued by FAAN reads, “This is to inform the public, airport users, and stakeholders that Yakubu Gowon Airport, Jos, will be temporarily closed to flight operations from 23rd September to 29th September 2023 for airport runway maintenance. 

The Management regrets any inconvenience this might cause to our esteemed customers.”

FAAN’s responsible action reflects its dedication to maintaining and enhancing the aviation infrastructure to ensure the continued safe and efficient operation of Yakubu Gowon Airport.

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