EMIRATES SET TO REDUCE OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA OVER INABILITY TO REPATRIATE $85M
Written by Website Admin on July 30, 2022
Emirates Airlines has said it will reduce its flight operations to Nigeria over its inability to repatriate about $85 million in revenue.
The airline made this known in a letter addressed to the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika.
The letter, dated July 22, was signed by Emirates airline’s divisional senior vice-president (DSVP), international affairs, Sheik Majid Al Mualla.
Emirates said the planned reductions in its operations in Nigeria would take effect from August 15.
It added that flights would be reduced from 11 per week to seven at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA).