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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Volkswagen90: 4:22pm On Sep 08
I don't know any airport.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by AhmedEmeka: 4:22pm On Sep 08
Kalapizim:
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.
Which airline is that? There is normally a space between passengers.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Sholaco: 4:33pm On Sep 08
Person way get money na him dey travel o

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Uae01Dirham: 4:34pm On Sep 08
i will just fly to cotonou and then enter taxi to lagos find my way to my ezigbo south east grin
Ndyoo:


I heard its 50,000 naira...

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Nchenches: 4:44pm On Sep 08
OgbanjeProphet:
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



Every where, including Lagos, in Nigeria be village, if you have ever gone beyond the shores of Nigeria. Ask Wole Soy.. of the Village Mourners.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by taiwo92: 4:55pm On Sep 08
Please is there anyone that has been to Nigeria from Germany? Which airline did you use?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by amanikondo: 5:04pm On Sep 08
taiwo92:
Please is there anyone that has been to Nigeria from Germany? Which airline did you use?

Village people calling you? grin grin. Check KLM.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by faithful2911: 5:07pm On Sep 08
Just arrived from Germany this morning. Aside from the tests there's not so much difference.

Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Hdanny(m): 5:09pm On Sep 08
faithful2911:
Just arrived from Germany this morning. Aside from the tests there's not so much difference.



Please how much is the covid-19 test??
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by omoyankee3(m): 5:26pm On Sep 08
Wonder why the Nigerian embassy in Atlanta is still closed when airports are opened for flights. Need to renew my passport to visit naija.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Firstorderwizard(m): 5:27pm On Sep 08
You will never see righteousness89 in this type of thread.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by omoyankee3(m): 5:30pm On Sep 08
faithful2911:
Just arrived from Germany this morning. Aside from the tests there's not so much difference.




No mandatory quarantine?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Kalapizim(m): 5:47pm On Sep 08
AhmedEmeka:

Which airline is that? There is normally a space between passengers.
Domestic, airpeace
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by RonaldoVido: 6:00pm On Sep 08
yanabasee1:
These people travelling....Where did they get money from? Are we experiencing the same Covid-19 pandemic??

Bro, for this same country, there are people who don't go by road at all unless nah where flight no reach like short 100km distances.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by cray91(m): 6:15pm On Sep 08
54k and they won't do any test afterward
Segby2000:
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 Ilochukwuka: 6:24pm On Sep 08
The experience so far is fair enough, the covid 19 prevention measure are okay, but no more meals served during flights. local flight though because I don't really know if it is the same on international flights
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ilochukwuka: 6:26pm On Sep 08
The same in arik flight no space
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Stone123(m): 6:28pm On Sep 08
This thread is vital and people should stop posting nonsense that doesn't relate to this topic.
Please we need to hear from those that came back to Nigeria from USA, UK, Canada etc since 05/09/2020.
Tell us did you do Covid-19 test before flying, what are your experiences?



ps: Don't disturb this thread with your Lagos-Abuja-Kano-Enugu flights, as we know in Nigeria anything is possible?

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ilochukwuka: 6:29pm On Sep 08
Kalapizim:
Domestic, airpeace
The same in arik flight, no space in between
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Freestainworld(m): 6:32pm On Sep 08
Segby2000:
Please how much is covid 19 test for international travelers in Muritala Airport
everything will cost you 50900 naira ( fifty thousand nine hundred naira) but the actual price is fifty thousand naira plus nine hundred bank charges.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by AhmedEmeka: 6:33pm On Sep 08
Kalapizim:
Domestic, airpeace
No single seat gap and they charge more self.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Kalapizim(m): 6:52pm On Sep 08
AhmedEmeka:
No single seat gap and they charge more self.
yeah o
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ahmed4002(m): 7:16pm On Sep 08
GANDALF1:


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

It's cost around 45K in Abuja and 50k in Lagos.

In Abuja, you get it @ EHS clinic, Life camp Absa Dantata street

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Cadillac15(m): 7:35pm On Sep 08
Ahmed4002:


It's cost around 45K in Abuja and 50k in Lagos.

In Abuja, you get it @ EHS cliniJc, Life camp Absa Dantata street


Good information. Thanks alot
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by ijesuoboikxp1(m): 7:40pm On Sep 08
Have they open the flight to Sweden
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by faithful2911: 8:28pm On Sep 08
omoyankee3:


No mandatory quarantine?
No. It applies only when you test positive.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by faithful2911: 8:29pm On Sep 08
Hdanny:

Please how much is the covid-19 test??
It is calculated together with your flight ticket. No separate charges.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by goody234: 8:44pm On Sep 08
i wonder if you still need the test if you are in naija for 5 days only ..i will be going in november
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Estellie: 8:45pm On Sep 08
cray91:
54k and they won't do any test afterward
54k for those flying in or those flying out?

Or both?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ndyoo(m): 8:52pm On Sep 08
Sterope:
Outbound or Inbound?

Inbound...

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