Federal Government orders probe of Aero’s contractor ladder Incident in Bauchi Airport


The Federal Government on Sunday directed aviation agencies to do a prompt examination concerning why Aero Contractors utilized a stepping stool to land travelers after its sanctioned flight arrived at the Bauchi airplane terminal.

The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, gave the mandate in the wake of getting a few reports that the carrier utilized a stepping stool to land travelers from a Boeing 737 air ship at the Bauchi airplane terminal on Saturday.

Air had clarified that the travelers needed to utilize a stepping stool to land on account of the unserviceable hardware of the airplane terminal administration utilized for landing voyagers from flights.

The carrier had said, “An extraordinary contract flight, worked by Aero to Bauchi, had issues with unserviceable hardware by the air terminal administration in landing around 34 travelers from Abuja. Therefore, against the carrier’s wish and operational wellbeing rule, the travelers utilized a stepping stool to land.

In the interim, in a response on Sunday, the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company, separated itself from the Bauchi airplane terminal, saying it was not in charge of the carrier’s experience.

An announcement by NAHCO representative, Tayo Ajakaye, expressed that however Aero did not say NAHCO or any ground taking care of organization in its clarification, the organization’s position was to elucidate suggestions in a few quarters that NAHCO should have given the gear.

He said NAHCO’s operation did not cover the Bauchi airplane terminal by any stretch of the imagination.


The announcement halfway read, “The consideration of NAHCO has been attracted to gives an account of the online networking that it was its inability to give taking care of administration to Aero that made travelers land with a stepping stool at the air terminal.

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