Lagos Airport Shut Down
The Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, was temporarily shut on Thursday, 19 May, after the dead body of a man was found on Runway 18R of the nation’s flagship airport.Information Guide Nigeria
According to THE STREET JOURNAL, the identity of the corpse is yet to be ascertained.
Officials at the airport stated that the runway was temporarily shut down as officials from the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria and the Nigeria Police Force evacuated the corpse from the runway.
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As a result of the temporary shut down, international flights were prevented from landing and taking off from the airport’s international terminal.Jamb Result
THE STREET JOURNAL reports that some of the flight that were affected include Ethiopian Airlines flight 3907, a Boeing 77F aircraft with registration number ETAVN, which was coming from Lome, Togo to Lagos, Nigeria.
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