The Federal Government has placed a 72-hour suspension on outbound Emirates flights from Nigeria. This is contained in a circular issued on February 4 by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). The circular states that the suspension followed a violation of guidelines placed by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19. According to the circular … Continue reading FG Suspends Emirates Flights From Nigeria Read Full Story
By Abujah Racheal The Federal Government has threatened to suspend flight operations from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and The Netherlands due to the new COVID-19 protocols introduced by both countries for incoming travellers. The Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Mr Musa Nuhu, disclosed this at the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 media briefing on Monday in Abuja. Nuhu said that both countries recently requested that passengers from Nigeria must carry out a PCR test four hours before departing the country. “In addition to the requirements are a requirement for PCR test before passengers depart from Nigeria to their countries. They are adding an extra requirement of having a rapid test done four hours before departure or before you board. “For us, passengers do the test 72 hours before departure and then the PCR test and the PTF recognises the rights of all countries to put […]
By Lawani Mikairu Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, Monday said the authority is studying the situation and tread of engine failure of Boeing 777 around the world and would take the necessary action to ground the aircraft type if need be. Reacting to the development, NCAA Public Affairs General Manager, Mr Sam Adurugboye told Vanguard
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