A security breach has been reported earlier today after unknown thieves burgled an Arik craft, which was parked at a tarmac in Muritala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos.
The airplane named Boeing 737-73V, registered with the number EI-ULN, was broken into and the Flight Management System was stolen.
The stolen Flight Management System is a very important component of the flight that allows data to be transmitted. It also promotes harmony from the pre-engine start and take-off, to landing and engine shutdown.
According to the airport management, the thieves burgled the Arik craft, in the Muritala Muhammed International Airport during the late hours of Tuesday, 25th of January”.
“The aircraft was parked at a very secure tarmac, but they were able to gain access to the tarmac via an electronic door underneath the craft.
” This has obstructed our daily operation, the stolen FMC is a very important component of the craft and it’s costs nothing less than $15,000″.