Avionics: Nigeria Resumes International Flights
Nigeria will resume worldwide trips on August 29, Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has declared.
Worldwide flight activities were suspended by the Federal Government in March as a major aspect of the measures to check the spread of COVID-19.
Reporting the resumption on Monday in a tweet from his twitter handle @hadisirika, the priest said worldwide flight tasks would start at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja and the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos.
“Happy to report the resumption of global departures from the 29th of August, 2020. Starting with Lagos and Abuja as we did with the household flight resumption. Conventions and methodology will be declared at the appointed time. We thank you for your understanding”, he tweeted.
Sirika in an announcement in Abuja by Director, Public Affairs, Ministry of Aviation, James Odaudu, further unveiled that subsequently, all clearing flights which were presented in the wake of the prohibition on worldwide flights occasioned by the flare-up of the coronavirus, will end on August 25.
For five months, the Nigerian government had closed down air terminals for global trips so as to control the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, which was attacking the world.
A few nations have since resumed their air terminals, while others are nearly doing as such. Be that as it may, barely any nations, which had low record of Coronavirus cases, similar to Equatorial Guinea and Benin Republic, opened their air terminals numerous weeks back and turned into the window through which Nigerians and others in West and Central Africa made a trip to universal goals.