Jalingo:No flight operation on Tuesday amid a technical issue

The airport authority has urged the Intending travellers to stay calm and support them by bearing with the situation

The Taraba State Ministry of Transportation Development has conveyed through a message that all flights of 31 October 2023 have been cancelled at the Danbaba Suntai Airport, Jalingo. No flight will land or take off at this airport.

The general public and intending air travellers should take this in their notice.


The flights are cancelled because of some technical issues; officials are trying to fix the technical issues but have clarified that the issues are beyond their control.

Moreover, the airport officials have assured us that the flight operation will be as usual.

The airport authority has urged the Intending travellers to stay calm and support them by bearing with the situation. Apart from this, the airport authority also regrets any inconvenience this failure might cause you.

As this came on one of the busiest days, this will surely be going to affect the passengers.

The Taraba State Ministry of Transportation Development has conveyed this to avoid chaos and can work to resolve the issue peacefully.

The Taraba State Ministry of Transportation Development has said that this can’t be done manually; only technology can do what is happening.


The truth is that the Danbaba Suntai Airport is undergoing transformation, and such things happen at such time.

The airport is getting a new look as top-level engineers engaged by the Dr Agbu Kefas led moving forward administration are working round the clock.

Led by Engineer Motayo, who has undoubtedly worked in one of the best in the Aviation industry, work is speeding up. Both the arrival and departure halls have been upgraded. The VIP has undergone a major transformation. The goal, Motayo said, is to have an airport meeting all the requirements of the sector. There were hiccups from the regulatory bodies, but all that has now been surmounted. More airlines are expected soon, even as Overland has expanded its reach and business push.

The issue came a couple of days back, but the Overland plane landed on Thursday afternoon. You can not help but notice the satisfaction on the faces of passengers who arrived at the Danbaba Suntai Airport Jalingo from Abuja. The flight was smooth, and the landing was picture-perfect.


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