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Recently, the minister for Aviation, Hadi Sariki, launched the rebuilt Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu. Flight activities have already resumed at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu. Air Peace took the lead with daily flights to Lagos and Abuja from Enugu. Ibom Air has joined the league by introducing daily flight operations too to Lagos and Abuja.

Ibom Air is a state owned airline which started operations last year 2019 and the have grown to challenge the other domestic airlines in Nigeria.

Ibom Air Flight Schedule From Enugu to Lagos and Abuja

Ibom Air has daily flight operations to Lagos and Abuja. The flight from Enugu to Lagos leaves in the afternoon while Lagos to Enugu is in the morning. The Abuja to Enugu is in the morning while Enugu To Abuja is also in the morning everyday.

Note: The Flight schedule may change any day without prior notice from the airline. I would advice you contact the airline or a travel agent. You can also contact us to check the time and if flight is available.

Ibom Air Flight Fare/Price From Enugu to Lagos and Abuja

The price of flight from Enugu to Lagos and Abuja start from N24,000 for economy saver ++ while the full economy is 50,000. The premium economy start from 56,000 while the full premium economy is 61,000.

Note: The Flight price may change any day without prior notice from the airline. I would advice you contact the airline or a travel agent. You can also contact us to check the time and if flight is available.

How to Book Ibom Air flight to Enugu from Lagos and Abuja.

  • Visit IbomAir website
  • Select Abuja or Kaduna (depends on where you’re) as departure city. Select Abuja or Kaduna as destination (depends on where you’re).
  • Select trip type (One Way or Return flight)
  • Select Date.
  • Select number of passengers (adult, Children and Infant).
  • Click enter.
  • On the next page, select the class of service. Economy or Premium economy class.
  • Click to continue…
  • Enter your personal details (Name, phone, email etc)
  • Enter method of payment.
  • Complete payment.
  • Check your email for your email.
  • That’s all.

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You called and the answered. Aero Contractor has registered as the first airline to fly Abuja to Kaduna.

For those that are scared of Abuja – Kaduna road, there is a cheap flight available for you now. With 14k, you can fly comfortable to Kaduna from Abuja. For those that cannot afford the flight fare, there is a daily train service to Kaduna from Abuja.

Aero Contractor Flight Price/Fare From Abuja to Kaduna

As at the time we checked, the cost of flights from Abuja to Kaduna is 14,000 only. You can book online, contact your agent or contact us to assist you with the flight booking.

Please note that the price may change anytime. To be on a safe side, kindly contact us or check online for the current price.

How to Book Aero Contractor flight to Kaduna.

  • Visit aero website
  • Select Abuja or Kaduna (depends on where you’re) as departure city. Select Abuja or Kaduna as destination (depends on where you’re).
  • Select trip type (One Way or Return flight)
  • Select Date.
  • Select number of passengers (adult, Children and Infant).
  • Click enter.
  • On the next page, select the class of service. Economy or business class.
  • Click to continue…
  • Enter your personal details (Name, phone, email etc)
  • Enter method of payment.
  • Complete payment.
  • Check your email for your email.
  • That’s all.

We can take away all the stress from you. We can handle all the bookings and other booking related issues. All you need is to contact us and we will book the best and affordable flight for you.

Aero Contractor flight schedule from Abuja to Kaduna.

Aero Contractor has 4 flights weekly from Abuja to Kaduna. The flights days are:

  • Tuesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Sunday

Tuesday and Thursday flights are in the morning while Friday and Sunday flights are afternoon flights.

The flight time may change without prior notice from the airline. All you need to do is to check online for the current time or contact us to assist you.

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Following his arrival from Abuja, the nation’s capital on Sunday, His Excellency, Engr. David Nweze Umahi, FNSE, FNATE, visited the construction site of the Ebonyi State International Airport as the gigantic project is fast becoming a reality.

During the inspection of the project, Governor Umahi looked at the drawing of the prototype of the Ebonyi International Airport, consisting of the terminal, runway, hangers, control tower, Taxiway, Parking space, etc and said “This is my soon to become AIRPORT”, then everyone busted out in excitement in affirmation of the pronouncement of the Ebonyi International Airport by the Governor as the record has it that all his promises in project delivery and development of the state have been fulfilled.

Gov. David Umahi Visits Ebonyi State Int'l Airport Site
Gov. David Umahi Visits Ebonyi State Int’l Airport Site

This occurred at exactly 3:00 pm on Sunday as the Governor in company with a team of experts from Abuja arrived the site of the ongoing construction of the Airport in Ezza South, Ebonyi. Indeed, Ebonyians are happy as the International Airport which some people thought is impossible when it started is fast becoming a reality.

Ebonyi State International Airport site building
Ebonyi State International Airport site building
Ebonyi State International Airport site
Ebonyi State International Airport site

AbujAWelcomes First Int’l Flight After Lockdown

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja is back to the Business after COVID0-19 Lockdown.

Ethiopia Airlines was the first airline to touched down at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

The airline commence it flight operations, today September 7th 2020.

We are Flying Again.

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The first flight has landed in Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria after the COVID-19 lockdown.

The first flight to land in Nigeria is Middle East Airlines, from Lebanon. The flight landed on the first day of international flight resumption.

More Photos below.

Arriving passengers at the counter
Arriving passengers at the counter
New way of queuing at the airport
New way of queuing at the airport
Social distancing
Social distancing
The arrival of the first flight, Middle East Airlines, from Lebanon.
The arrival of the first flight, Middle East Airlines, from Lebanon.
Passengers in a queue waiting for their turn.
Passengers in a queue waiting for their turn.

Good news to all international travelers, the Nigeria international flights have finally started operations. The Nigeria International flight operations were suspended due to Coronavirus that spread all over the world.

The travel culture has changed due to Coronavirus. Things are no longer business as usual. There are lots of Health checks in place now. All passengers must be healthy and free from any symptom of Coronavirus before the passenger will be allowed to travel. In Nigeria, there is a new travel protocol all passengers must follow. We shared the international flight protocols here. You can click here to learn more about the new protocol.

All passengers traveling from Nigeria are required to carry a COVID-19 negative certificate issued by a government-approved laboratory to be allowed on the flight.

All passengers coming to Nigeria must carry a COVID-19 negative certificate result not older than 72 hours before boarding.

All passengers must register online, pay for the COVID-19 test fee, and upload the COVID-19 negative result not older than 5 days before the departure date.

Below is the Nigeria government-approved laboratory where all travelers are expected to carry out the COVID-19 test. Pls, note that the Coronavirus test is not free of charge. You can check the Nigeria International Travel Portal for more information.

Test requirements:

  • PCR based COVID-19 test.
  • COVID-19 Test certificates must be issued within 96 hours of departure.
  • Tests must be carried out in any of the approved laboratories listed below.

Approved Laboratories within the Network of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)

Where To Do COVID-19 Test Before Traveling
Where To Do COVID-19 Test Before Traveling
Approved Laboratories within the Network of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)
Approved Laboratories within the Network of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)
Approved Laboratories within the Network of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)
Approved Laboratories within the Network of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)

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Nigeria is set to start receiving international flights from 5th of September 2020 as reported. Below are the protocol set by the presidential task-force committee on Coronavirus for all passengers arriving Nigeria. We have also publish the list of airlines that are restricted and allowed to enter Nigeria. Read more on the restricted countries here.

  • Upon arrival in Nigeria, passengers shall queue in an orderly manner and disembarkation will be done systematically and in batches to avoid overcrowding.
  • Passengers will proceed for health screening at the Point of Entry.
  • The Health Declearation Form wil be assessed and collected along with the sample collection form.
  • Passengers arriving Nigeria/returning to Nigeria must have tested NEGATIVE fir COVID-19 (pre-boarding PCR test in country of departure).
  • Test must be within 2 weeks before departure and preferably no less than 5 days pre-boarding.
  • All intending passengers are required to register via a Nigerian International Travel Portal online. Click here to register.

On this portal three transactions should be completed:

Health Declaration and Self Reporting:
  • Passengers are expected to fill accurate and verifiable information and submit the form online.
Report of Negative COVID-19 test conducted in the country of departure:
  • Passengers are also requested to upload their COVID-19 PCR NEGATIVE results on to the national payment portal and bring along an electronic or hard copy of the result.
Payment for a repeat (second) PCR test to be done upon arrival in Nigeria.
  • This portal will provide passengers with the options of where and when to carry out the PCR test. Passengers will be given an appointment date and time to present themselves at the Laboratory for a repeat COVID-19 PCR test on the 7th day after arrival.
  • A list of accredited private laboratory providers across the country is available on the portals.
  • Passengers whose destination is Lagos will pay to the Lagos State Laboratory consortium portal.

After completing the 3 steps above,  an Access Report containing a QR Code will be sent to the email address provided by the Passenger. Passengers are expected to print the form. The form will be presented before boarding.

  • Passengers will undergo thermal screening before boarding. Passenger with COVID-19 related signs and symptoms will not be allowed to board the flight.
  • Foreigners with negative or COVID-19 test result that is more than 96 hours will not be allowed to enter Nigeria. Nigerians with a COVID-19 test result that is more than 96 hours will be quarantine for 14 days at their own cost.
  • On arrival at destination in Nigeria, passengers will proceed on a 7-day self-isolation/quarantine.
  • Passengers must present themselves at the sample collection centers on the 7th day of arrival; samples will be taken, and a COVID-19 PCR test done.
  • No airport official is allowed to demand for money from passengers for Covid-19 test.  

Click here to read more on the Nigeria International airport arrivals protocol.

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The airlines below have been approved/banned by the Nigerian government to enter Nigeria from September 5 when the international flight operations resume.

Below is the list of approved Airlines. The airlines below can start daily flight operations to and fro Nigeria. Most of the airlines have released flight schedules on their websites. You can contact your agent or book the cheapest online now. You can also contact us to book for you.

From Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos : –

  • British Airways
  • Delta
  • Emirates
  • Qatar
  • Africa World Airline
  • Kenya Airways
  • Middle East Airlines
  • Asky
  • Air Côte d’Ivoire

From Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja :-

  • BA
  • Egypt Air
  • Emirates
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • AWA
  • Middle East Airlines
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Asky
  • Air Côte d’Ivoire

Below is the list of restricted Airlines. The airlines will not be allowed to enter Nigeria when Nigeria open their airspace on September 5 for international flights. The airlines will be restricted until further notice. The flights are banned because they banned flights from Nigeria.

  • Air France
  • KLM
  • Etihad
  • RwandAir
  • Air Namibia
  • Royal Air Maroc
  • Lufthansa
  • TAAG Angola

The decision to ban or approve airlines was taken based on: – the foreign carrier operating permit – the guidelines by the COVID-19 task force – travel restrictions initiated by other countries.
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International flights will resume on the 5th of September 2020. Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, and Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja will resume first. Other international airports will join them later.

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The Nigeria government has released a list of restricted and approved airlines that are allowed to enter Nigeria. We recently reported that Nigeria is planning to restrict some airlines and countries from entering Nigeria. The list below has the name and airlines that are allowed to enter Nigeria.

The reason for the restriction is because they banned Nigerians from entering their country. According to the Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Musa Nuhu, any country that bans Nigeria will also be banned from entering Nigeria.

International flights will resume on the 5th of September 2020. Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, and Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja will resume first. Other international airports will join them later.

See the list below.

COVID-19: Nigeria List of Approved & Restricted Countries/Flights
COVID-19: Nigeria List of Approved & Restricted Countries/Flights
COVID-19: Nigeria List of Approved & Restricted Countries/Flights
COVID-19: Nigeria List of Approved & Restricted Countries/Flights page 3
COVID-19: Nigeria List of Approved & Restricted Countries/Flights

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The Nigeria federal government has moved the resumption of international flights which was supposed to resume on the 29th of August 2020 to September 5th, 2020.

The federal ministry of aviation made this announcement on the 27th of August 2020 via its official handle @fmaviationg. The ministry apologized to the general public over the proponent of the international flights.

Breaking: Regret to announce that the international flight resumption earlier scheduled to resume on 29th August has been shifted to 5th September 2020.

https://twitter.com/fmaviationng/status/1299026307972554754

The Personal Assistant on New Media to President, Muhammadu Buhari, also confirmed the shift of international flights date via his verified twitter handle.

The resumption of international flights has now been shifted to September 5th, the Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has announced today during the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 briefing in Abuja.

https://twitter.com/BashirAhmaad/status/1299037726537330689

We recently reported that Nigeria has ban European Union and some other countries’ flights due to COVID-19. You can read the article here.

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Nigeria has banned flights from European countries. As Nigeria Airspace prepares to receive international flights from August 29, 2020, European countries’ flight will not be allowed to enter Nigeria. This is in response to the ban European Union countries placed on Nigeria and other countries.

In July, countries in the European Union (EU) restricted Nigeria and over 50 countries from entering their country when they started lifting restrictions on non-essential travels. Nigeria and other countries where ban from entering European Union countries based on coronavirus and other factors.

During the presidential taskforce committee on the COVID-19 briefing, the Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Musa Nuhu, disclosed that countries that ban Nigeria will also be banned from entering Nigeria.

“If you ban us from coming to your country, the same will apply the other way, to get a level playing field on the issue of reciprocity,” he said.

“We’re also looking at other countries. As we open the airspace, we’re going to apply the issue of reciprocity to those countries,” he said.

– Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Musa Nuhu,

Musa Nuhu, told the task force committee they are working on a comprehensive list of all the countries Nigeria will ban and that should be ready next week.

Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Boss, Musa Nuhu, also said the task force is working together with foreign airlines that will be allowed to enter Nigeria on procedures and necessary things for the resumption of flight operations.  

Source – FAAN

Furthermore, passengers entering Nigeria must take a COVID-19 test 2 weeks before the departure date. Passengers will also pay for another COVID-19 test that will be done 8 days after arrival in Nigeria. There will be a platform where passengers will make the payment. Passengers will fill online health questionnaires and submit them at the point of entry.

Coronavirus has changed lots of things in the travel industry. Passengers are advised to readjust and plan ahead of their travel dates. 

We have also noticed an increase in flight fare, change in check-in procedures, screening at the airport, and many more.   

List of Countries in the European Union

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Republic of Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden

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The Nigerian Government are working round the cloak the ensure that the Lagos – Ibadan railway starts operations. There are some of the pictures from the station and inside the train. The train services will resume operations September 2020 with 16 trains services daily.

The Lagos - Ibadan train front view
The Lagos – Ibadan train front view. The train is look nice.
Testing riding the train from Lagos to Ibadan
Testing riding the train from Lagos to Ibadan. As you can see the train is on the move.
The train rail
The train rail
Aerial view of the Lagos - Ibadan Train
The aerial view of the Lagos – Ibadan Train. You can see how long the train is.
The Nigeria Honorable Minister, Rotimi Amachi of Transportation enjoying the train ride
The Nigeria Honorable Minister, Rotimi Amachi of Transportation enjoying the train ride
The Lagos - Ibadan Train Control Room
The Lagos – Ibadan Train Control Room. This is where everything happens.
You can also watch movies inside  Lagos - Ibadan Train
Forget Netflix, you can also watch movies inside Lagos – Ibadan Train. Don’t ever take what does not belong to you. The cameras are watch you. Pls, be nice.
Happy passengers alight from  Lagos - Ibadan Train.
Happy passengers alight from Lagos – Ibadan Train. It was a nice experience
Ohh... Look at this wonderful seat table. you can work, eat comfortably as you ride the Lagos - Ibadan train.
Ohh… Look at this wonderful seat table. you can work, eat comfortably as you ride the Lagos – Ibadan train. I almost forgot to tell you that you can also charge inside the train. Just come with your USB and also don’t forget to take your USB along as you leave the train.
Yes, you can relax at this wonderful bar inside the Lagos - Ibadan train. You can grab a coffee, tea or snacks here. There is a but here, this bar is only accessible to passengers on executive class.
Yes, you can relax at this wonderful bar. You can grab a coffee, tea or snacks here. There is a but here, this bar is only accessible to passengers on executive class. So, to have access to this nice bar inside the Lagos – Ibadan train, you have to pay for the executive bar.
Due to the covid19, the government is making effort to stop the spread of the virus. The Lagos - Ibadan train seats have been clearly marked. There are seats that passengers are not expected to seat. The seats are marked dont seat. The reason is to ensure social distancing
Due to the covid19, the government is making effort to stop the spread of the virus. The Lagos – Ibadan train seats have been clearly marked. There are seats that passengers are not expected to seat. The seats are marked don’t seat. The reason is to ensure social distancing.I would advice to get the window seat.

This is really a good thing from the Nigeria government. As soon as the train starts operations, it will reduce the pressure on Lagos – Ibadan express way. You can comfortably live in Ibadan and work in Lagos. Some passengers will prefer to use train instead of flight.

The Pictures will be updated as soon as we get more pictures.

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