Effective Monday, 07 May2020 at 11:59pm for another four weeks, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has extended the closure of the Nigerian airspace and airports. The local and international airports were set to reopen 07 May 2020. However due to the Federal Government’s lockdown extension and travel ban to prevent the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19), the airports will remain closed.
The Federal Government has placed restrictions of entry into the country for travellers from 13 high-risk Covid-19 countries such as China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Japan, France, Germany, USA, Norway, UK, Netherlands and Switzerland.
COVID-19 (coronavirus) information is for travellers departing and returning on international flights to/from Nigeria. Find current airline guidelines and advice for air travellers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Information on this page is accurate and reliable at time of publication, however, it may not reflect the very latest updates on the coronavirus outbreak.
Please check the airline websites directly for the latest updates on your flight status. Once you have decided on what action to apply to your booking, kindly Contact Us.
World Health Organization (WHO)
Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
As a result of the global coronavirus outbreak, many airlines have taken measures to prevent the spread of the virus, including restricting travel to/from high-risk countries. In addition, airlines have waived flight change fees to offer travellers flexibility under extraordinary circumstances.
Please click on the relevant airline link below to check the various options available to you and contact us with the option that best suits you.
As a result of the global coronavirus outbreak, many airlines have taken measures to prevent the spread of the virus including restricting travel to / from high risk countries. In addition, airlines have waived flight change fees to offer travellers flexibility under these extraordinary circumstances.