The Federal Government has said it would report a date for the beginning of domestic flights one week from now.
The Aviation Minister, Hadi Sirika, said the division was slowing down the resumption of flights since it despite everything needs to close some few gaps.
He said a dry run test would be directed at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos and Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja as a component of the planning to begin flights.
He additionally said yesterday during the preparation by the individuals from the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, that “since the last declaration that Sunday 21st of June is not, at this point plausible for the opening of the air terminals, we might want to report that we have had critical advancement in the availability of the business to restart.
Sirika, who was spoken to by the Director-General, Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Captain Musa Nuhu, stated: “The gaps have been shut yet in any case, we despite everything include a couple of gaps inside the avionics biological system and this will be shut ideally in the following couple of days.
“I have said it and I will continue saying it; we should hit the nail on the head the first run through both on the issues of specialized wellbeing and wellbeing security everything being equal and something we are going to use to close a portion of the gaps is a dry run trial of both Lagos and Abuja air terminal coming up on Saturday.
“After the dry runs, we will watch the gaps that may in any case be there and close them. From that point forward, we will declare the date of the restart one week from now.
In the mean time, in front of domestic travel restart, Air Peace and Dana Air on Wednesday set out on out of capacity practice runs for its 25 airplane.
The activity which the bearers portrayed as ” Shakedown Flights ” , as indicated by its representative, Stanley Olisa was planned for guaranteeing the airplane are in tip – top condition having been grounded for near a quarter of a year under very strict storage maintenance.