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See the Nigerian International Airport that got 3.36 Million Passengers in 9 Months.

A new report by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), has revealed that millions of passengers traveled through the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA).

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The entire millions of passengers recorded for only 9 months, ranging from January to September 2018.

The passenger Traffic Statistics was made public Today, Tuesday.

The report revealed that a total of 2.6 million passengers traveled locally, while 689,388 passengers were recorded on international wing during the period.

Also, 1.36 million passengers were recorded on domestic arrivals, while 1.30 million passengers departed through the airport within the period.

Quarterly, millions of passengers traveled during the first quarter, and about 1.1 million in second quarter and 1.23 million in third quarter.

Monthly breakdown revealed that 339,452 passengers traveled through the airport in January, comprising of 263,625 domestic and 75,827 international passengers.

In February, 303,571 passengers comprising of 248,863 locally and 54,708 international passengers traveled, while 378,881 passengers comprising 309,571 domestic and 69,310 international passengers were transported in March.

In June, 348,269 passengers comprising of 271,543 domestic and 76,726 international passengers were moved. While 394,340 passengers consisting of 308,069 domestic and 86,271 international passengers travelled through NAIA in July, 2018.

This analytics showed that millions of passengers travels locally and internationally so often.

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