Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Turkish Airlines Suspends Nigeria Flights, Refunds Passengers Over Coronavirus

Following reports that Nigeria’s first index case of the novel COVID-19, a passenger of Italian origin, arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, via Turkish Airlines.

Turkish Airlines Suspends Nigeria Flights, Refunds Passengers Over Coronavirus

All flights to-and-from Nigeria has been suspended by the Turkish Airlines on Tuesday due to the Coronavirus epidemic.

The airline, on Tuesday, said in a statement that it would refund passengers who already booked its flights.
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The statement reads;

Due to the coronavirus outbreak in various countries, Turkish Airlines has been changing its flight schedule to several destinations around the globe.

We would like to inform our passengers that due to the suspension of other routes, several of our flights to/from Nigeria will be undergoing cancellations during March.

Passengers with tickets to the cancelled flights will be able to refund or change their tickets free of charge until the end of May if they start the process until March/April depending on the route.
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  2. Why haven't they suspended flights to America? They have far more confirmed cases than us. Makes no sense.

  3. Very nice abeg

    Things are already getting out of hand ooooo

  4. It is even for us, let everybody stay in this country


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