As the Federal government prepares to lift the ban on domestic flights, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has said that passengers who would be travelling via any of the flights will now be required to be at the airport three hours before takeoff time.
In a tweet posted on its handle this afternoon, FAAN said the three hours early arrival is necessary to allow time for passengers to go through the necessary COVID-19 checks before boarding flights.
”#COVID__19 Flight Resumption Protocol for Passengers: You are advised to arrive at the Airport 3 hours before your flight due to the new COVID-19 safety checks.”the tweet read
The Presidential Task Force on COVID19 has clarified that the date for resumption of flights is not June 21 as has been speculated. The PTF said they only gave airport authorities till June 21 to come up with new sets of guidelines for flight operation.
A day is yet to be announced for the full resumption of flights in the country.
You may be interested
Danny Ings Future at Southampton in Doubt as Interest IncreasesWebby - April 15, 2021
Football Danny Ings' future at Southampton is in doubt as transfer interest in the 28-year-old forward increases. Ings has played…
“If PDP Picks A Northern Candidate For The 2023 Elections, The North Will Rule For Another 8 years” – Doyin OkupeWebby - April 15, 2021
Doyin Okupe Doyin Okupe, a Senior Special Assistant to former President, Goodluck Jonathan has given reasons why the Peoples Democratic…
How UNICEF Saved Me From Early Marriage – 13-Year-Old Girl Tells Her Story In NigerWebby - April 15, 2021
Basira Umaru, a 13-year-old primary six pupil in Niger, on Thursday, narrated how she was saved from early marriage with…