Emirates has increased flight frequency into and out of Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja, Nigeria. The additional flights are to serve the increased number of travellers.
The airline that prides itself as an airline that operates modern, efficient and comfortable aircraft will start flying from Dubai International Airport to Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja, Nigeria on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. The flight departure time from Dubai International Airport as at the time we checked was 10:35 and the arrival time to Abuja, Nigeria is 15:15.
Emirates will fly from Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja, Nigeria to Dubai International Airport on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. The flight departure time from Abuja as at the time we checked was 19:10 while the arrival to Dubai International Airport is 04:35.
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Emirates increased frequency to Abuja to meet the demands of the travelling public that want a direct flight to and from Abuja to Dubai. Emirates is the only airline that flies direct to Dubai from Abuja.
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Dear Travelers, we have the good news you have been waiting for. Your Emirates Airlines has resume flight operations into and out of Nigeria starting from 9th October 2020.
Initially, Emirates was among the list of airlines approved by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to operate international flights into and out of Nigeria. The decision was later reversed by the Aviation Minister, Hadi Sirika, after a meeting of the presidential task force (PTF) on COVID-19.
“The PTF subcommittee met today with EU Ambassadors to discuss Lufthansa, Air France/KLM ban. The meeting progressed well. Emirates Airlines’s situation was reviewed & they are consequently included in the list of those not approved, with effect from Monday the 21st Sept. 2020,” the minister wrote.
After reaching an agreement with the authorities of the United Arab Emirates, Emirates Airlines flight operations into and out of Nigeria has been approved by the Nigerian government.
As part of the agreement, the United Arab Emirates will start visa issuance to Nigerians starting from 8th October 2020.
We are pleased to announce that our flight operations into and out of Nigeria have been re-instated. We are now flying to over 90 destinations and ready to get you there safely from Lagos and Abuja starting Friday 09th October 2020.
With our free, Global COVID-19 cover for 31 days, you can travel with confidence. This cover is immediately effective for customers flying on Emirates until 31st December 2020 (first flight to be completed on or before 31st December 2020).
Our flexible ticketing policy also allows you to keep your ticket and reschedule up to 24 months later if your trip is interrupted.From Emirates Sales Team
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Qatar Airways has joined Emirates, Turkish and Etihad to announce that they are now free from the United States electronics ban for US-bound flights. The also noted that the order is taking effect immediately. What this implies is that passengers travelling to the United States via Qatar Airways can come into the cabin with their laptops, tablets, cameras, noise-cancelling headphones, etc.
Qatar Airways is now the fourth airlines to announce that they are now free from the US electronic ban. Emirates, Turkish and Etihad are the airlines that are no longer subjected to the electronic ban.
The remaining airlines affected by the US electronic ban are EgyptAir, Kuwait Airways, Royal Jordanian, Royal Air Maroc, and Saudia. Rumour has it that the ban may be lifted on Saudia by July 19, 2017, though the information is not concrete.