PICTORIAL: MMA2 hosts Nigeria’s first airport marriage ceremony in Lagos

The Murtala Muhammed Airport, Terminal 2, the home terminal being operated by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited, hosted Nigeria’s first airport marriage ceremony on the ticketing corridor of the terminal in Lagos on Saturday.

Tagged “My Airport Wedding”, the groom Agboola Qudus and his bride Alli Miracle had been reported to have exchanged their vows on the airport amidst the backdrop of departing and arriving flights, surrounded by their households, buddies, and well-wishers.

Apart from being the primary of its type in Nigeria, the airport marriage ceremony was additionally stated to assist promote the MMA2 terminal and Nigeria’s journey trade.

Leadership reviews that the Head of Corporate Communications at Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited, Ajoke Yinka-Olawuyi, said that the occasion will depart an enduring impression on Nigeria’s aviation and leisure industries.

“We are thrilled to pioneer this unique event at MMA2. It’s a testament to our commitment to innovation and creating memorable experiences for our passengers and terminal users,” she was quoted as saying.

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“With our slogan ‘More than a terminal’, Bi-Courtney continues to redefine airport experiences. This event underscores our dedication to offering more than just travel convenience,” she added.

Yinka-Olawuyi was additionally stated to have stated that the occasion can have a “remarkable impact on the travel, entertainment, and aviation industries at large, as we intend to thrill our audience with this never-before-seen activity in an airport terminal,” in response to Business Day.

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