BEVERLY HILLS, February 11, (THEWILL) – As part of what it described as COVID-19 measures, the government of the United Arab Emirates has suspended Nigerian airline, Air Peace, from operating inbound passenger flights to the country.
Air Peace management announced the suspension in a statement issued today.
Part of the statement made available to The Will reads: “The Management of Air Peace wishes to notify the flying public that the UAE Government has stopped the airlifting of Nigerians from Nigeria to UAE as part of its COVID-19 measures.
“However, flights bringing Nigerians back from UAE are not affected. To this end, Air Peace 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for a possible reschedule.”