The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) earlier on disclosed June 12th as the date for domestic flight resumption. This was not without a condition inorder to ensure the safety of Nigerians and protect them from Covid-19. The conditions was that the airlines were maintained, and their staff trained inorder to ensure passengers safety. NCAA chose 5 airlines for this operation. However reports from the president taskforce briefing today shows that these will no longer be feasible as the Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Musa Nuhu disclosed today at the presidential . This was reported by the special assistant to the president on New media Bashir Ahmad on his twitter account.
see tweets below:
The June 21 date for resumption of domestic flights is not feasible, the Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Musa Nuhu discloses that today at the #PTFCOVID19 daily briefing.
This is to ensure and protect the citizens as the daily number of Covid-19 cases increases daily in Nigeria. Let's stay safe, practice all guidelines to ensure protection against the virus and report to doctors when we feel sick.
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