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Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Cadillac15(m): 9:53am On Sep 05, 2020
This thread is for those who have used our airports after the 5th September 2020 airspace reopening to share their travel experiences and also advice incoming /outbound passengers on what to expect and procedures to be prepared for.

Where you asked for yellow card, covid-19 results, bribes, etc - bare it all.

Which of the allowed airlines is favourable in terms of price, comfort and in-flight entertainment, tell us.

Is food still being served in flights, we want to know.

Gracias

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by yanabasee1(m): 10:35am On Sep 05, 2020
These people travelling....Where did they get money from? Are we experiencing the same Covid-19 pandemic??

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Cadillac15(m): 10:44am On Sep 05, 2020
yanabasee1:
These people travelling....Where did they get money from? Are we experiencing the same Covid-19 pandemic??

Some people have been stuck in their present locations for months. Some only went to visit, others need to visit families and loved ones.

Some need to attend family functions like burials of close relatives and weddings.

So its not a matter of money bro

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Cadillac15(m): 1:43pm On Sep 05, 2020
International Flights Resumption: Incoming Airlines To Carry 200 Passengers Per Trip – FG


The Federal Government has issued a schedule for the partial resumption of international flights, after months of suspension due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country.

A tweet by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Saturday showed that the flight schedule was signed by its Director-General, Captain Musa Nuhu.

In the document dated September 4, 2020, the aviation agency stated that a maximum of 200 passengers per incoming flights would be allowed into the country.

It explained that the limitation was due to the limited number of approved incoming passengers at 1,280 per airport on a daily basis.



The schedule, which was addressed to all aviation stakeholders and foreign airline operators flying into the country, however, stated that there was no limit on the number of outgoing passengers from the country.

It read, “Kindly note due to the limited number of approved incoming passengers (1,280) allowed daily per each airport, it is not possible to accommodate the requested schedule of airlines.

“However, over the next few weeks as the number of allowed incoming passengers is increased, additional flight frequencies will be allocated to airlines in addition to accommodating any airline that meets the requirements for resumption of flight operations into Nigeria.”

“The approved schedule is based on a maximum number of 200 passengers per each incoming flight to Nigeria. There is no limit on the number of outgoing passengers,” the memo added.

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The NCAA stressed that each airline operator was entitled to only one frequency on an approved day of operation, irrespective of the capacity of aircraft utilised.

Giving a breakdown of airlines, the NCAA announced that an average of six airlines would operate in each of the airports allowed to function at the initial stage.

See the full schedule released by the NCAA below.

Source

https://www.channelstv.com/2020/09/05/international-flights-resumption-incoming-airlines-to-carry-200-passengers-per-trip-fg/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Nobody: 2:00pm On Sep 05, 2020
Wait, they will come and tell you where they got the money from.

In case you don't know, some people have actually increased their wealth in spite of the lockdown. And no matter what some people lose as a result of the COVID-19, they will still be considered very wealthy... Life is simply in sizes.



yanabasee1:
These people travelling....Where d
id they get money from? Are we experiencing the same Covid-19 pandemic??

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Cadillac15(m): 2:20pm On Sep 05, 2020
The first official outbound flight from Lagos Murtala Mohammed International Airport following the resumption of international flights has happened a few moments ago.


Watch link


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8tVGX5z0gE

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Flexvilla: 2:47pm On Sep 05, 2020
At last. Thank God. No more Cotonou! Idiiroko(what a name!) Or Seme. Remain small we for go Malabo join.

Cadillac15:
The first official outbound flight from Lagos Murtala Mohammed International Airport following the resumption of international flights has happened a few moments ago.


Watch link


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8tVGX5z0gE

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Cadillac15(m): 2:56pm On Sep 05, 2020
Flexvilla:
At last. Thank God. No more Cotonou! Idiiroko(what a name!) Or Seme. Remain small we for go Malabo join.



I dey tell you

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Nobody: 3:18pm On Sep 05, 2020
Thank God o

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Segby2000: 3:36pm On Sep 05, 2020
Please how much is covid 19 test for international travelers in Muritala Airport

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by GANDALF1(m): 4:28pm On Sep 05, 2020
Segby2000:
Please how much is covid 19 test for international travelers in Muritala Airport

I’m really interested in the answer to this question. Who ever knows should help out.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Kalapizim(m): 4:40pm On Sep 05, 2020
Done three trips since the reopening and think the measures put in place at the airports are satisfactory.(Lagos and Abuja).

The only funny side is observing all these protocols only to end up sitting close to one another inside the aircraft although it's understandable as airlines don't want to lose revenue and seperating the siting will cause an increase in fares.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by justlikedat: 4:11pm On Sep 07, 2020
I am also interested in knowing the travelling experience of those who just landed in naija from UK

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ndyoo(m): 8:42am On Sep 08, 2020
GANDALF1:


I’m really interested in the answer to this question. Who ever knows should help out.

I heard its 50,000 naira...

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by ForeThinker: 4:06pm On Sep 08, 2020
It's well

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Server1808: 4:06pm On Sep 08, 2020
tweet by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Saturday showed that the flight schedule was signed by its Director-General, Captain Musa Nuhu.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by OgbanjeProphet: 4:08pm On Sep 08, 2020
So yesterday I found myself at Enugu international airport waiting to board Ibom airways to Himalayan dessert in India.

As our aeroplane was about to take a flight, na so I just wake up. Nna ehh, na so so vex I dey vex since morning.

Even for dream, village people still no dey sleep lipsrsealed

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Nobody: 4:08pm On Sep 08, 2020
Mehn
I gaz get money for this life o. Make me sef dey talk better talk for this kind thread sad

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Edemokon7: 4:09pm On Sep 08, 2020

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Chindaibezim: 4:09pm On Sep 08, 2020
cool
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Lexusgs430: 4:10pm On Sep 08, 2020
After all said and done....... Una go still sandwich unasef inside aeroplane.........
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ogaemmii: 4:11pm On Sep 08, 2020
My brother we are the same boat, I need to travel to lagos in December my passport expired in April I am not sure what to do coz the Nigerian embassy in Canada is closed. Can one travel with expired passport ?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by paulolee(m): 4:11pm On Sep 08, 2020
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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Sterope(f): 4:12pm On Sep 08, 2020
Outbound or Inbound?
Ndyoo:


I heard its 50,000 naira...
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Freelane33(m): 4:13pm On Sep 08, 2020
You go get am ... good energy cool
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Mehn
I gaz get money for this life o. Make me sef dey talk better talk for this kind thread sad

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Glaswegian: 4:19pm On Sep 08, 2020
Not doing international soon. Can’t stay 2-week indoor abroad in the name of self-isolation.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Shellsploit: 4:22pm On Sep 08, 2020
I will miss Ore road to Italy!

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