In Response To A Terror Alert, British Airways Diverts An Abuja Flight To Lagos As Passengers Groan.

In Response To A Terror Alert, British Airways Diverts An Abuja Flight To Lagos As Passengers Groan.

 

        Due to fears of a terrorist assault in the nation’s capital, a British Airways flight 83 from London Heathrow to Abuja abruptly diverted to Lagos instead of arriving at its destination.

When the flight entered Nigerian airspace on Friday morning, according to checks by Peoples Gazette on Flightrader, it reversed direction.

When the flight was abruptly rerouted through email to Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos, some passengers on the aircraft voiced their complaints.

Olufemi Ojo, one of the passengers, characterized their flight’s unexpectedly delayed landing at the airport as a “terrible experience.”

He claimed that Thursday’s arrival in Nigeria brought a message to the passengers.

that Lagos will be the plane’s first stop before heading to Abuja.

At the Lagos airport, Mr. Ojo claimed that customers had to wait for more than an hour and criticized British Airways for being “unapologetic.”

“On our flight from London to Abuja, we had a terrible experience. We arrived in Lagos at 11:45 a.m. after the flight was delayed, and Mr. Ojo said, “We are taking us to Lagos for 90 minutes wait.” “After arriving in Lagos, we waited there for over an hour. Unrepentant British Airways urged everyone to descend.

A request for remarks about the development was not immediately responded to by a British Airways spokeswoman.

 

“On our flight from London to Abuja, we had a terrible experience. We arrived in Lagos at 11:45 a.m. after the flight was delayed, and Mr. Ojo said, “We are taking us to Lagos for 90 minutes wait.” “After arriving in Lagos, we waited there for over an hour. The British Airways urged everyone to descend.

A request for remarks about the development was not immediately responded to by a British Airways spokeswoman.

According to Mr. Ojo, travelers are still waiting for British travelers.that Lagos will be the plane’s first stop before heading to Abuja.According to Mr. Ojo, travelers are still at the airport waiting for British Airways to switch out the crew so they can continue their trip.

“Now that we’re finished, we’re supposed to head to Abuja, but they said they need to switch crews, so we’re still waiting. This is really bad news for British Airways,” the traveler continued. “We now have a clearer idea of why Air Peace cannot fly British to London and land them in Manchester. It’s a terrible situation. As is customary in Nigeria, we are frustrated to be at the Muritala Mohammed Airport without an air conditioner.

Meanwhile, the UK government has advised its nationals to stay clear of Abuja due to potential terrorist attack

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