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Emirates to suspend flights to Abuja from March 22 due to coronavirus

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Emirates Airlines will suspend its flights to Abuja due to the coronavirus, which has forced several countries to close their borders to control its spread.

Per Second News gathered that starting March 22 until further notice, No Emirates flight will land in Abuja.

While flights between Dubai and Abuja will be suspended, the Dubai to Lagos routes will still operate.

All fights booked on the Emirates websites to Abuja from March 22nd is currently not available and instead redirect you to Lagos.

An official of the airline speaking under the condition of anonymity confirmed that flights to Abuja will halt from March 22.

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