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Emirates airline is set to increase flight services to Nigeria capital city, Abuja from next month. This is to meet the growing demand in African markets and in celebration of its 15 years of successful operations in Nigeria.

As opposed to the current four weekly flights the airline operates, the airline has announced adjustments to its operational schedules with an additional three flights thus increasing the frequency to a daily service, which will be operated on Emirate Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The Regional Manager West Africa, Emirates, Afzal Parambil stated that “Emirates has enjoyed a strong relationship with Nigeria, and remains deeply committed to the market. Over the past 15 years, we have not only seen our operations grow, but our product develops to cater to the taste and requirements of our Nigerian customers. We constantly strive to provide our passengers with unforgettable travel experience, and our growth is a testament to the fact that we are on the right track.”

Read more at Nairametrics

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