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  • Chidozie Uzoezie

Africa World Airlines to Resume International operations

As more countries open up their airspaces for international operations, Africa World Airlines (AWA) has announced plans to resume international operations from September 2020.

From 11 September, 2020 the West African airline will operate 5 weekly flights between Accra and Lagos, Nigeria. From 12 September, it will fly four times a week to Abuja, Nigeria,

The airline will resume a linked three weekly service to Freetown and Monrovia from 13 September. From 15 September, it will resume four weekly flights to Abidjan.

Passengers on all AWA flight must wear a face mask while in the airport and on board the aircraft. Passengers will be subject to screening for COVID-19 symptoms prior to boarding, including thermal screening.

Passengers travelling to Ghana, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, and Sierra Leone must be in possession of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to scheduled departure.

For more information on COVID-19 health and safety regulations including country-specific requirements, please click here.

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