BREAKING: Delay in landing rights approval shifts evacuation of Nigerians

BREAKING: Delay in landing rights approval shifts evacuation of Nigerians

17.9.2019

BREAKING: Delay in landing rights approval shifts evacuation of Nigerians

The second batch of 320 Nigerians billed to arrive Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos on Tuesday from South Africa has been moved to Wednesday

Onyema said following the late approval for landing rights the Boeing 777-300 will now depart Lagos for Johanesbourg midnight to arrive with the second of 320 Nigerians by noon Wednesday.

He told The Nation in a telephone interview:” Air Peace less than an hour ago just secured landing rights permit from South African aviation authorities. Our aircraft will now depart by midnight today ( Tuesday ) to evacuate Nigerians already cleared to return. The whole idea is to ensure the returnees arrive here during the day for enhanced logistics. Bringing in middle of the night may not be very convenient, that is why we moved it to Wednesday. ”

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