New International Flights To Nigeria

Delta Air Lines

A three weekly service from New York JFK to Abuja will substitute the current B757 service via Dakar this summer (31 June 2010 – 31 August 2010). Flight will be operated with a B767.

  • DL036 JFK1605 – ABV 767 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
  • DL037 ABV1055 – JFK (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)

The Atlanta-Lagos service will be reduced from the earlier announced seven to six weekly flights with a B777.

EgyptAir

EgyptAir will increase its flights from Cairo to Abuja from two to four weekly according to its summer schedule. New flights on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

MEA – Middle East Airlines – Air Liban

MEA will operate the following routes this summer:

  • Mondays: Beirut — Lagos — Abidjan v.v.
  • Tuesdays: Beirut — Kano — Abidjan v.v.
  • Wednesdays: Beirut — Lagos — Accra v.v.
  • Fridays: Beirut — Lagos — Abidjan v.v.
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3 responses to “New International Flights To Nigeria”

  1. Emeka I. says :

    When did the ATL-LOS go daily? I thought when they switched to the 777 they reduced to 6x weekly. With VK in trouble and probably reducing their regional service, will MEA beat Arik to the punch on the LOS-Abidjan service?

    • nigerianaviation says :

      Currently, Delta operates five flights indeed. But earlier they announced a daily service for the summer, but reduced the number of flights again.

      United will probably postpone its IAD-ACC-LOS service, as the airline is still awaiting approval from the Nigerian authorities.

  2. hassan says :

    Is it true that Arik air will start to provide direct flights from lagos to Beirut? adn if its true when will it be starting?

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