Despite the United Arab Emirates (UAE) suspending ban on Nigerian travellers going to the country, its national carrier, Emirates Airline, has said the ban on Nigerian travellers is still in place. While the UAE’s open-door policy already took effect yesterday, disavowal by the airline has thrown travel agencies into confusion. The agencies said it was…
Emirates Airline has suspended passenger services from Lagos and Abuja until February 28, 2021. The airline, which disagreed with the Nigerian authority over extra COVID-19..
The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has made a U-turn in the suspension of the operations of Emirates flights into Nigeria.
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