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Int’l flights could resume earlier than October

Int’l flights could resume earlier than October – Sirika

By Religion Yahaya, Abuja

There are indications that worldwide flights could resume earlier than October this 12 months, Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika has revealed.

Sirika gave an replace on the possible date for the resumption of worldwide flight through his twitter deal with, @hadisirika on Tuesday.

The tweet reads: “Worldwide flight resumption date just isn’t October. NAMA simply issued a routine 90 days’ Discover to Airmen (NOTAM). In liaison with Well being, International Affairs, and PTF COVID-19, we’ll announce the agreed date, whatever the ban by Europe, UAE, and many others. Could also be sooner than October.”

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The federal authorities had initially mentioned it’s going to liaise with the Financial Neighborhood of West African State (ECOWAS), different nations and stakeholders earlier than it fixes a date for the resumption.

It additionally defined that the entry ban positioned on Nigeria by some nations was one of many components accountable for the delay within the resumption of worldwide flight.

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Worldwide flights had been suspended as a part of measures to curb the unfold of the virus within the nation.

There was a clamour by vacationers for the federal government to announce a date for the resumption of worldwide flight following the resumption of home flight within the nation on July 8.

Int’l flights could resume earlier than October – Sirika

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