Home News Emirates Airlines Resumes Operations in Nigeria by October 1

Emirates Airlines Resumes Operations in Nigeria by October 1


Emirates Airlines is set to resume its operations in Nigeria, with daily flights scheduled to commence on October 1, 2024. This move is expected to boost connectivity and travel options for Nigerian travelers, as well as foster economic growth through increased cargo capacity.


The daily service will operate between Lagos and Dubai, offering passengers a seamless travel experience with Emirates’ renowned service and state-of-the-art aircraft. The Boeing 777-300ER, which will be used for this route, features 8 First Class suites, 42 Business Class seats, and 304 Economy Class seats, ensuring a comfortable journey for all passengers.


In addition to its passenger services, Emirates SkyCargo, the airline’s cargo arm, will offer significant bellyhold cargo capacity, supporting Nigerian businesses by exporting their goods via its hub in Dubai. This will provide a welcome boost to the country’s economy, facilitating trade and commerce with the global market.


Emirates’ resumption of operations in Nigeria is also expected to strengthen economic ties between the two nations, with the airline’s extensive network of 19 gateways in Africa and 157 flights per week from Dubai, providing further reach to an additional 130 regional points in Africa through its codeshare and interline partnerships.


Overall, Emirates’ return to Nigeria is a positive development for the country’s aviation industry and economy, offering travelers and businesses alike increased connectivity, comfort, and convenience.

RELATED POSTS:  BREAKING: Ministerial Portfolios, Tinubu Appoints Wike FCT Minister, Umahi For Work, Kayemo For Aviation
Previous articleThe Shock From Role Reversal Is A Major Factor In The Rise In Domestic Violence Among African Immigrants In The West – Dr. Stem Sithembile Mahlatini
Next articleReps to cancel transport ministry’s PPP over non-compliance