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Lufthansa Resumes Flights To Nigeria After 8 Months Suspension







Lufthansa Airline has resumed flight operations into Nigeria after an eight months suspension due COVID-19.

The German carrier will offer up to five weekly departures from Lagos to Frankfurt. It will also connect the capital Abuja with three weekly departures.

All long-haul flights depart from Nigeria in the evening as overnight flights. They will arrive in Lufthansa’s main hub Frankfurt in the early morning.

This allows all passengers from Nigeria to get the full choice of connecting flights to European, American and Asian destinations. They will all leave from the same terminal.


The airline’s General Manager, Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea, Adenike Macaulay said: “Lufthansa always was and will stay dedicated to Nigeria, one of our key markets in Africa.  We have received the final permission to reopen our flight operations. Also, we are happy to be the first airline to reconnect Nigeria directly to the centre of Europe and onwards to all other continents. We offer a considerable number of flights to the US and Canada, allowing our Nigerian guests to have family members and friends again at reach throughout the world. 

“Lufthansa flight LH568, Frankfurt to Lagos is serviced by an Airbus 330-300. It offers passengers seats in all three classes. They include Business Class and Premium Economy Class. After its arrival in Lagos this service will continue to Malabo /Equatorial Guinea. is an authoritative car blog in Nigeria. Its objective is to get Nigerians and a wider audience to be more informed about automobiles, the automotive sector and transport infrastructure. Over the years, we have been instrumental in creating immeasurable public awareness about automobiles and their maintenance, safety and traffic laws, amongst others. ...Your mobility, our priority. NK

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