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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Pinky(f): 11:31am On Oct 22, 2020
please with this curfew in Nigeria, does anyone know how one can get home from the airport
my flight is landing in lagos saturday evening and I am worried sick loved ones wont be able to make it to the airport for pick up

what options do we have. Even if I am to take airport Taxi, how safe is it to move from airport to home
has anyone landed during this protest? how was it?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Bossman(m): 5:37pm On Oct 23, 2020
Are the airports even open? Thought it was closed. Have you verified with the airline that your flight is still on schedule as planned?

Pinky:
please with this curfew in Nigeria, does anyone know how one can get home from the airport
my flight is landing in lagos saturday evening and I am worried sick loved ones wont be able to make it to the airport for pick up

what options do we have. Even if I am to take airport Taxi, how safe is it to move from airport to home
has anyone landed during this protest? how was it?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by DisGuy: 6:34pm On Oct 23, 2020
Thought the curfew is only for a few days or so. I think it should be relaxed by the weekend. Lagos curfew usually don't last long or not strictly enforced
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Obinnau(m): 10:41am On Oct 24, 2020
Pinky:
please with this curfew in Nigeria, does anyone know how one can get home from the airport
my flight is landing in lagos saturday evening and I am worried sick loved ones wont be able to make it to the airport for pick up

what options do we have. Even if I am to take airport Taxi, how safe is it to move from airport to home
has anyone landed during this protest? how was it?
you can take airport taxi if it is lagos. But you'll pay heavily for settling agberos on the roads
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Bossman(m): 1:45pm On Oct 24, 2020
Airports are open now. A Delta flight from Atlanta is due to land in a few hours.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Ndyoo(m): 11:35am On Oct 26, 2020
Those of you foroutbound flights from Lagos. Please I need your recommendation. Which of the test centers did you use? I am looking for a place where I can do the pcr test in Ikeja and collect the result the next day. Any recommendations?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by studyexec: 7:59am On Nov 06, 2020
Hello everyone, please which international flights are allowed to Abuja and Lagos now. I've been hearing different info so need some clarity. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by humanshado: 6:51pm On Nov 18, 2020
Please is there anybody who knows where I can do PCR test for a fee within the Greater Toronto Area? I need the result within 120 hours before departure according to Nigeria's NCDC guidelines.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by whycee001(m): 8:41pm On Nov 20, 2020
Nah.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by shashaperry(f): 2:24am On Dec 21, 2020
faithful2911:
Just arrived from Germany this morning. Aside from the tests there's not so much difference.





Did you fill the portal on NCDC's website? if yes, did they send you a QR code? if yest, did the airline ask for it? if yes, what airline?
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Xilsbridalhouse(f): 9:11pm On Mar 28
SeraSera:


Feel free to ask me anything here.
Thank you so much sir, about yesterday ...May God bless you in abundance and protect you in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.
Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by SeraSera(m): 12:09am On Mar 29
Xilsbridalhouse:

Thank you so much sir, about yesterday ...May God bless you in abundance and protect you in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.

You're very welcome. God bless you too.

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Re: Nigerian Airspace Reopening: Share Your Travel Experience Post-lockdown by Xilsbridalhouse(f): 12:11am On Mar 29
SeraSera:


You're very welcome. God bless you too.
Amennnnnnnn sir.

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