Overland Airways, said it will resume flight services to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja from the Kaduna International Airport following the reopening of the Abuja Airport.
The airport was shut down to flight operations for six weeks from March 8, 2017, to allow for major repairs on the runway.
The Federal Government had announced that the Abuja Airport runway repairs have been completed two days ahead of the April 19 deadline slated for the completion of the project and reopening of the airport.
In line with government reopening of the Abuja Airport, Overland Airways will commence flight services to and from Abuja Airport from today, Wednesday, April 19, 2017.
The Airline will operate flights from its key destinations including Ibadan, Ilorin, Jalingo, Akure andAsaba to the Abuja Airport.
Overland Airways assures its customers and the generalpublic of reliable, efficient and comfortable flight services to and from the NnamdiAzikiwe International Airport, Abuja.
Capt. Edward Boyo, Managing Director of Overland Airways, congratulated the Hon. Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika and his team for keeping to the schedule for completion of repairs and reopening of the airport, and for makingconcerted efforts to guarantee security and reduce the inconveniences especially topassengers and service providers in the course of operating Abuja flight servicesthrough Kaduna Airport for the past six weeks.