Monday, July 6, 2020

Domestic Flights Resume As FAAN Advised Travelers To Book Online

Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has confirmed the gradual start of domestic flights on Wednesday July 8 2020.

Flights will commence to and from the following 5 airports: Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport (Abuja), Murtala Mohammed International Airport (Lagos), Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (Kano), Omagwa International Airport (Port Harcourt) and Sam Mbakwe Airport (Owerri). Other airports will be gradually added to the network.

Get Ready to Book your Flight as FAAN steps up preparations to restart commercial flights in Nigeria  at 5 selected airports. We are buzzing at the prospect of flights resuming this week Wednesday 8 July, though just locally for now. Click here to read more.

FAAN are advising passengers to book their flight online and should arrive at the airport at least 3 hours before their flight to ensure they don't miss their flight! In other words, due to COVID-19, expect more safety checks.

What to pack? Essentials like hand sanitizers or wipes and face masks will become the norm to pack in your carry-on bags or handbag when travelling

Heading to the airport? Prepare to leave your home way earlier than the usual 3 - 4 hours as there will be increased security and health screenings before entering the terminal and boarding the plane.

Be mindful of social distancing in the airport and within the departure hall as this will be strictly adhered to.

Step up your hygiene regimen. Wear a mask, regularly wash your hands, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

Continue to educate yourself. Stay up to date with the ongoing regulations and travel requirements

Stay safe to book your flight online to observe all safety protocol and social distancing without browsing street and wasting time on queues.  Click here Start comparing flights right now, or get more tips on booking cheap flights online

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