Covid-19: Nigerian airports open

May 29, 2020
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Nigeria will be opening its major airports in the next few days after the global outbreak of a pandemic that shut Nigerian airport.

Major airports in Nigeria are expected to reopen in the “next few days”, following weeks of inactivity due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

(The flights will commence at selected airports to avoid choking the system.

The airports are the Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos state; Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja (FCT); Aminu Kano Airport in Kano state and the Port Harcourt Airport in Rivers State.

“We may resume domestic operations with four or five airports and we hope to expand as we get better. We don’t want to rush everything at the same time and get it choked up.

“Every money is important and we cannot achieve the two-meter physical distance. We are hopeful in the next few days we can resolve those issues and allow the airlines to commence operations.”

Nuhu also said they have made recommendations to the Ministry of Aviation and are waiting for feedback.

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