The United Arab Emirates, UAE Government has stopped Airpeace inbound flights from Nigeria to UAE as part of its COVID-19 measures.
Airpeace in a statement however says, flights bringing Nigerians back from UAE are not affected.
Spokesman for Air Peace Stanley Oliseh says, flight from UAE (Sharjah-Dubai) to Lagos is not affected, “Normal flights shall resume when the restriction is lifted from February 28, 2021”.
“Our esteemed customers whose flights are disrupted by this development can send a mail to us via [email protected] for a possible reschedule”.
Thursday this week, UAE government announced that all passenger services from Nigeria (Lagos and Abuja) to Dubai stand suspended until the end of February, 2021.
The UAE airlines, Emirates in a statement stresses that, in line with government directives, passenger services from Nigeria (Lagos and Abuja) to Dubai are temporarily suspended until 28 February 2021.
It adds that Customers from both Abuja and Lagos will not be accepted for travel prior to or including this date.
“Passengers who have been to or connected through Nigeria in the last 14 days are not allowed entry into the UAE (whether terminating in or connecting through Dubai”.