To be amongst the best airport groups in the world.
To develop and profitably manage customer-centric airport facilities for safe, secure and efficient carriage of passengers and goods at world-class standards of quality.
FAAN performs its statutory duties, according to the policy guidelines provided by the Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Federal Ministry of Transportation and is guided by these in all of its business dealings and agreements with contractors and various third parties with which it does business.
FAAN welcomes the private sector to partner with it in various areas of its statutory mandate to provide adequate infrastructure and facilities and service delivery to support the Nigerian aviation industry.
FAAN shall observe business policies that are in conformity with the policies of the Federal Government as regards contracts and business agreements. It shall observe appropriate due process practices in line with government policies and which are also in conformity with global best practices in the international
All its business and service agreements are transparent and follow established government policies, including the Due Process Act.
FAAN is also a signatory to the anti-corruption policies of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission, ICPC and has set up an internal implementation committee for this purpose.