FG reintroduces in-flight services on domestic, international flights

The Federal Government has announced the reintroduction of in-flight catering services on domestic and international flights.

Catering services during flights were suspended following the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

Declaring this at the presidential task force (PTF) media briefing on COVID-19 in Abuja, on Monday, Nigeria’s minister of aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, said the decision was taken in the interest of the companies involved in the provision of in-flight refreshments that have been adversely affected by the suspension.

He, however, hinted that the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) will work on and implement modalities for the resumption of catering services in accordance with international practices.

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