The FINANCIAL — Etihad Airways’ has started a 6 flights a week service
between a airline’s Abu Dhabi home-base and a Nigerian city, Lagos.
To applaud a new service, and Nigeria’s adore of football, Etihad Airways has operated a iconic sky-blue A330-200 aircraft, embellished in Manchester City Football Club’s famous colours, for a launch flight.
An Etihad Airways delegation, led by Chief Commercial Officer, Peter Baumgartner, will be met during Murtalla Muhammed International Airport by H.E. Ibrahim Auwalu, Nigerian Ambassador to a UAE; H.E. Rashed Naser Musabbah Al Dhaheri, a UAE Ambassador to Nigeria; and comparison officials from a Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, and a Federal Airport s Authority of Nigeria.
Mr Baumgartner said: “We are gay to launch Etihad Airways flights to Lagos and a initial newcomer end in West Africa. This is a useful arise in Etihad Airways story as we enhance a moody network in Africa and boost ties between a UAE and Nigeria”
According to WebWire, during a revisit to Lagos comparison Etihad Airways executives will accommodate supervision officials and internal tourism member as good as