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Emirates restores services to Nigeria

Emirates will resume its passenger operations between Dubai and Nigeria from 5 December 2021, offering customers enhanced connectivity to and through Dubai.

The world’s largest international airline will operate to and from its Nigerian gateways with daily flights, providing travellers from Nigeria convenient access to Dubai, which remains a highly popular holiday and business destination.

It will also enable travellers to safely connect via Dubai to the Emirates network of over 120 global destinations.

Emirates will operate to Abuja with EK 785 and 786.

EK 785 will depart Dubai at 1100hrs, arriving in Abuja at 1540hrs.

The return flight, EK 786, will take off from Abuja at 1900, arriving in Dubai at 0435hrs the next day.

Emirates’ flight EK 783 to Lagos will depart Dubai at 1030hrs, arriving in Lagos at 1540hrs.

The return flight EK 784 will depart Lagos at 1810hrs, arriving in Dubai at 0415hrs the next day.

Emirates said all flights can be booked on emirates.com, with OTAs and via travel agents.

Throughout the pandemic, Emirates has been helping its customers travel safely and confidently, implementing industry-leading health and safety measures at every point of the travel journey, helping communities reconnect faster and facilitating economic recovery.

The airline has also been working hard to provide up to date, comprehensive travel information to its customers, as well as speeding up processes on the ground through digital verification for Covid-19 via the IATA Travel Pass, as well as touchless check-in and biometrics processing.

Ensuring the safety of travellers, visitors, and the community, Covid-19 PCR tests are mandatory for all inbound passengers arriving in Dubai, including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, irrespective of the country they are coming from.

Travellers coming from Nigeria must hold a negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate for a test taken no more than 72 hours before departure.

Additionally, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has specified designated laboratories for passengers departing Nigeria and travellers must obtain their certificate from one of those labs to be accepted on the flight.

Travellers coming from Nigeria will also need to take another Covid-19 PCR test on arrival at Dubai International Airport.

Passengers flying to Nigeria have to meet the requirements of their destination.

Dubai and Expo 2020: Since it safely resumed tourism activity in July 2020, Dubai remains one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, especially during the winter season.

The city is open for international business and leisure visitors.

From sun-soaked beaches and heritage activities to world-class hospitality and leisure facilities, Dubai offers a variety of world-class experiences. It was one of the world’s first cities to obtain Safe Travels stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) – which endorses Dubai’s comprehensive and effective measures to ensure guest health and safety.

Dubai is currently hosting the world for Expo 2020, happening between October 2021 and March 2022.

Through the theme of Connecting Minds, Creating the Future, Expo 2020 Dubai aims to inspire people by showcasing the best examples of collaboration, innovation and cooperation from around the world.

Its programme is packed with experiences to suit all ages and interests, including a rich line-up of themed weeks, entertainment, and edutainment.

Art and culture fans, as well as food and technology enthusiasts, can explore exhibits, workshops, performances, live shows and more.

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