(20/01/23) MOGADISHU – Aden Adde International Airport in Mogadishu experienced disruptions today, as flights were delayed due to poor security caused by a strike organized by the airport’s workers. The strike was sparked by a dispute with Favori, the company that manages the airport, which has been accused of violating the rights of its employees.
According to reports, Favori has been continuously mistreating its workers, which led to the strike action. The situation has raised serious concerns about the security of the airport, with many questioning how the safety of the airport can be ensured while the workers entrusted with its security have their rights abused by the management.
The strike has also resulted in the delaying of morning flights, with Qatar Airways being among the airlines that have been forced to land their flights late in the afternoon. The situation is being closely monitored by the authorities and it remains to be seen what measures will be taken to address the issues at the airport and ensure the safety of both workers and passengers.