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First international flight in five months lands in Lagos - First international flight in five months lands in Lagos

First international flight in five months lands in Lagos

The primary worldwide flight in 5 months, landed on the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport (MMIA), Lagos on Saturday, NAN reviews.

Nigeria’s airspace was closed all the way down to curtail the unfold of COVID-19.

Nonetheless, right this moment, a Center East Airline (MEA), which took off from Beirut, Lebanon, arrived at precisely 2.30pm.

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Officers of the Aerodrome and Rescue Hearth Fighters welcomed the plane with a water cannon demonstration.

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Port Well being Companies (PHS), Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) and different related businesses, attended to the passengers aboard the airline.

On arrival on the terminal, passengers introduced their COVID-19 PCR check outcomes for screening by the Port Well being Companies officers, whereas their travelling papers, passports and visas have been completely checked by the immigration officers on the airport.

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On the arrival and departure halls of the airports, the arrival and departing passengers noticed the social distancing protocols, simply as it’s being at the moment noticed on the home routes.

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