COVID-19: Nigeria Aviation Rebounds As Flight Resumes In Lagos Airport

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Domestic flights have resumed on Wednesday in Nigeria.

Airline operations were halted three months ago due to the COVID-19

At GAT Alpha and MM2 terminals in Lagos, a few passengers have seen boarding, while observing the COVID-19 protocol and other precautionary measures.

The airlines, however, hiked their fares for flights from Lagos to Abuja, NAN reports.

Air Peace sold its economy plan for N33,000 for a one-way Lagos-Abuja trip while the business class ticket cost N80,000.

However, Arik Air charged N29,200 for its economy plan

The business class went for N78,599.

Director of Aviation Security, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) Usman Sadiq, assured that adequate security measures had been put in place.

He said security agencies across airports in the country had been directed to tackle security breaches.

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