History of Asaba International Airport
Asaba International Airport was built in 2011 by Delta State Government.
Currently, the only airport serving the Delta and Anambra region, it is believed that the entire project cost about N17.5bn.
Security/Safety of Asaba International Airport
This is a very safe location.
What To Bring
Before heading to Asaba International Airport, here are some helpful things to take along with you:
Your flight documents; passport, flight ticket, booking confirmation (in case of a problem)
Conceived to provide a safe, fast, and reliable means of transportation network linking Delta to other parts of Nigeria, and beyond, this ultra-modern airport has lived up to and even surpassed its billing by being the most convenient and reliable channel for travelers who had previously been forced to commute to Enugu or Owerri to access Asaba, Nnewi, Onitsha, Oraukwu, Awka, Abagana, and other similar locations by air.
I must say that I am proud of the Asaba International Airport-Gov. Emmanuel Uduaghan
14 companies bid for Asaba Airport concession-Offor Onukwuwe. Jan 17, 2016
History of Warri Airport Warri Airport. Also known as Osubi Airport, it is a domestic airport for in-country flights opening up the city and Delta State to air migration. Security/Safety of Warri Airport This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Warri Airport, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Your flight document: passport, flight ticket, booking confirmation. Your luggage. Music player or a good book to keep you company as you await your flight.