Ethiopian airline airbus 8350 has landed at the Abuja airport.
It is the first major airline to do so, coming a day to the reopening of the airport, which the federal government says is 100 percent complete.
Earlier today, the Minister of State for Aviation Hadi Sirika had a test flight on board private plane, making first landing in Abuja after six weeks of rehabilitation of the runway and other facilities at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.
The Minister is said to have flown in from Kaduna, while the Ethiopian Airline became the first major airline to land in Abuja.
The Airport Manager, Mr Mahmud Sani, said the terminal buildings at the airport have now been upgraded for the safety and comfort of passengers.