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Main Terminal / Concourses at Lagos MMA2 LOS Airport

MMA2 - the domestic terminal - opened in 2007 with two levels and 6 boarding bridges, and offers the following amenities & services - including free WiFi access:
a passenger drop-off canopy; an apron enabling it to handle wide-body aircraft; arrivals/departure halls accommodating up to 4,000 passengers with state-of-the art information display and public address system;
31 check-in counters with common-user check-in systems and baggage handling facilities;
VIP lounges and a meeters & greeters area;
5 X-ray machines for carry-on luggage;
a food court offering local and international fare;
access & facilities for the disabled;
four banks, ATM machines, currency exchange, meeting rooms; prayer rooms; and
retail and office space for travelers' services.

The International Terminal is a separate Terminal - it is assumed that construction of 'a new terminal', announced in September 2013,  is to replace the current International terminal.  No confirmation is available as the Airport site is 'Under Construction' - however, by late March this site was unavailable).

NOTES regarding the 'new' International terminal:
Early December 2013:  As a reliable source disclosed, the E & D wing ends had recently been extended and both ends were given a new check-in systems with 30 immigration desks, 14 full-body scanners, & 6 baggage conveyor belts on each end. The upper level received new departures facilities & lounges.  Air conditioning is inadequate and at times not working at all, making the heat unbearable. The roof of the terminal was open for construction and - as a consequence - vessels were disbursed inside to catch the rain drops.  The rooftop construction is to include transit hotel, transit & airline lounges - with space for duty-free shops.  New departure areas at D & E fingers would be connected with ramps to airbridges.
Late December 2013: According to  the Minister of Aviation, all facilities are to be completed at first quarter 2014, when the passengers experience 'will be very, very different'.
Late January 2014: Premium Times reports that the Federal Government opted for a complete replacement of the 32-year old cooling system as a lasting solution.
In February 2014, a passenger with impressive architectural credentials shared this on-the-spot assessment, particularly his experience at departure Gate E63 while waiting for BA flight: 
"After being literally fried due to the lack of air conditioning and passing through the umpteen checks, I was relieved to finally sit down at the departure gate’s unappealing and choked waiting area with my travel companions. No sooner had we sat down when we noticed a most shocking sight; the infamous leaks!"


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