Emirates Airline has announced it will resume passenger services to two cities in Nigeria.
According to the Dubai-based carrier, flights will operate from September 7 to Lagos and from September 9 to Abuja.
Flights to Lagos will take-off four times a week on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while services to and from Abuja will resume on a daily basis.
This now takes the total number of destinations served by the airline in Africa to 13.
Emirates will resume passenger flights to Lagos (7 September) & Abuja (9 September) in Nigeria, taking its global network to 84 destinations including 13 cities in Africa. @DXB https://t.co/49f0zHUkyd #FlyEmiratesFlyBetter #Above_The_Clouds pic.twitter.com/Jto9Z6LlH4— Emirates Airline (@emirates) September 5, 2020