Nigeria, UAE Row Ends As Nigerian Govt Restores Emirates’ 21 Weekly Flights
The diplomatic spat between Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been settled as the Federal Government on Tuesday reinstated Emirates Airline’s winter schedule comprising 21 frequencies to Nigeria. DAILY TRUST reports.Information Guide Nigeria
The Emirates Airlines’ restriction took effect last week but the issue has been resolved barely a week after.
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Musa Nuhu, the Director-General of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, (NCAA), in a letter issued to the Country Manager, Emirates Airlines said the carrier’s winter schedule has been restored. jamb results
The letter reads thus: “Following the further consultations with various stakeholders and the letter from Dubai CAA with reference number DCAA/ASA/N-3/016 dated 17th December 2021 offering Air Peace Airlines daily slots to Dubai airports, I wish to inform you of the reinstatement of the ministerial approval of Emirates Airlines Winter Schedule.
“The approval is predicated on compliance with the Dubai Travel Protocol as released by Dubai airports on Friday 26th November 2021 as it affects travelers traveling from Nigeria to UAE.”
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