Abuja - The Federal Government has declared that it would implement the Aviation Revenue Automation Project in the aviation sector, Punch reports.
It said the project, which is aimed at automating all aviation activities across airports in the country, would not only boost its revenue, but would enhance the productivity of airport personnel and improve passenger service.
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The Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka, said there was no going back on the project, adding that any chief executive or director-general of agencies under the ministry who failed to implement the project “within 60 days will be seriously sanctioned.”
The minister had late last year complained that the nation’s aviation industry was associated with very low productivity, stressing that it was contributing as little as 0.4 per cent to the Gross Domestic Product.
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