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Flight Diversions Cost Lagos Airport And Airlines 170M

Airlines and the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos have lost over N170 million as a result of continued flight diversions to Accra (Ghana) and Cotonou (Benin Republic) as a result of low visibility.

For the past four days, British Airways, Air France, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Delta Airlines and several others have been diverting their Lagos-bound flights to neighbouring countries because of the inability of pilots to view clearly to land.

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Peter Oluoti

Rotimi Peters (Oluoti) is a Content Creator and also an E-commerce developer & Strategists with Full Stack Development skills, he is also a social entrepreneur with various initiatives that provides solutions to various social challenges using technology as a tool, he founded Digital-Cr8, CIT, Velorapid and Fruit Affairs Africa: IG: @rotimi.peters Twitter: @rotimipeters1 08162870959

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