Nigerian Aviation Sector Summary Report: Q1-Q2 2016
Nigerian Aviation recorded a decline in activity between the first half of 2016 and the second half of 2015, both in terms of the numbers of travelers and aircrafts and the weight of cargo and mail moved. Relative to the first half of 2015; both the total number of passengers and the number of aircrafts declined. In addition, although cargo remained relatively stable over this period, mail movement recorded a large decline. Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) in Lagos was the airport to record the most activity, accounted for 36.6% of domestic passengers, 70.3% of international passengers, 91.8% of cargo movement and 58.8% of mail movement.
Data source: National Bureau of Statistics