Nigeria Bars Eight Airlines From Entering The Country (SEE THEM)

A security official screening a man during an evacuation of EU (European Union) citizens members includes Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Greece, Ireland, among others, as the Federal Government had restricted flights from some of these countries identified as high-risk C9OVID-19 places before finally shutting all international airports in the country, in Lagos, Nigeria April 9, 2020. Following the Nigerian government approval the states lockdown was imposed, to contain the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, by Nigerian President Mohammadu Buhari to cushion the effect of a two-week lockdown.
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As anticipated, the International operations of the Nigerian Airport is set to commence today, Monday, 7th September 2020, but the Federal Government of the West African nation has barred eight airlines from entering the country.

Air France, KLM Royal Dutch, Lufthansa, Etihad Airways, RwandAir, Air Namibia, Royal Air Maroc and TAAG Angola are the barred airlines.

Air France, KLM Royal Dutch, Lufthansa and Etihad Airways were banned due to the fact that Nigerian tourist in the respective countries were also barred.

Minister for Aviation Hadi Sirika have revealed they will also bar nations and airlines which denies Nigeria of entering their country

RwandAir, were barred because their international flights is yet to commence operations.

Middle-East Airlines, British Airways, Delta Airlines, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, EgyptAir, Air Peace, Virgin Atlantic, Asky, Africa World Airways, Air Cote-d’Ivoire, Kenya Airways, Emirate, and Turkish Airlines are the airlines allowed to travel in and out of the country.

As it stands, strict guidelines have been placed on ground which must be fully complied to which includes airline passengers showing a valid negative COVID-19 test result which was done four days or more before departure date, would also be tested on the date to leave.

Airlines are also not permitted to carry passengers with symptoms of COVID-19.

Any airline who errs would have to pay a $3,500 fine mandatorily would have to return the passenger to the country of his/her departure.

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I Bello Babatunde Moshood, The CEO of Btbazes.com, I hail from osun state, I was bred in Oyo state I'm Living in Lagos presently, I graduate from university of uyo in 2016, I start my blogging career since 2013.
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I Bello Babatunde Moshood, The CEO of Btbazes.com, I hail from osun state, I was bred in Oyo state I'm Living in Lagos presently, I graduate from university of uyo in 2016, I start my blogging career since 2013.

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