Starting from December 2020 onward, passengers can fly Air France and KLM from Lagos or Abuja to Paris or Amsterdam with the possibility to transfer to specific other destinations. Air France and KLM are pleased to announce the gradual restart of its network.

From 8 December, Air France will resume daily flights to Lagos and four weekly flights to Abuja from 5 January, 2021. KLM will return to Lagos with a daily service from 8 December, 2020.

Air France and KLM were among the airlines Nigerian government banned from flying in or out of Nigeria due to “the principle of reciprocity”. This means only airlines from countries that allow flights from Nigeria will be allowed to fly into and out of Nigeria. That is how Air France and KLM and others were affected. The minister of Aviation, Hadi Sariki, announced recently that Air France and KLM will be allowed to fly in and out of Nigeria. This means the Airlines ban has been lifted. 

Travel restriction is still on in many countries and the restrictions for entrance vary per country. Passengers are advised to check the entry requirements for their destination and transit countries before making any travel plans. This can be done via Air France Traveldoc website or KLM Traveldoc website.

Air France and KLM have taken precautions to guarantee the safety of passengers when they fly with them. There is a hygiene procedure on board the aircraft. Also, the will be a minimum contact between passengers and crew on the ground while checking in, at the gate or during boarding. All these are to ensure the safety and wellbeing of passengers.

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Air France and KLM have removed the flight change fee for all passengers. However, costs for a possible fare difference remain applicable.

Rebooking Cancelled flights due to Coronavirus

All passengers that were affected by coronavirus can check here or here for more information on rescheduling their flight

You can also contact us to book Air France and KLM flights for you. We can assist you all through the booking process.

Kindly contact us today for assistance/inquiry. 08135146188 or 08167650848 (Call or WhatsApp).

As part of the Nigeria government effort to ease the lockdown and reopen the business, the government has announced the reopening of domestic flights in Nigeria.

Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 disclosed this plans on Monday during their daily press briefing.

Nigeria government locked down the country in other to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.

According to the report, the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 requested the Aviation Industry to start developing protocols for domestic flights to possibly resume from June 21. The interstate travels remain closed.

The domestic commercial flights in Nigeria are:

Air Piece
Arik Air
Dana air
Ibom Air
Azman Air
Aero Contractors
Max Air
Medview airlines.

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