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The capacity of the sitting area has been reduced from 500 to 250 to restrict the number of people in the area at any particular time.

 

Covid-19: Are the airports ready to resume?

Pressure is on to reopen flights in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria. A simulation on Saturday demoed how ready the country’s airports are to reopen flights
As flights come close to reopening, social distancing is a big concern.
Markings of the floor of the baggage collection area dictates where individual passengers have to stand to ensure social distancing as they await their baggage

 

The capacity of the sitting area has been reduced from 500 to 250 to restrict the number of people in the area at any particular time.
Markings on the floor meant to ensure social distancing as passengers go through clearing and checkin ahead of their flights

 

Airlines are convinced they are 100% ready to resume operations

 

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The capacity of the sitting area has been reduced from 500 to 250 to restrict the number of people in the area at any particular time.

 

Covid-19: Are the airports ready to resume?

Pressure is on to reopen flights in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria. A simulation on Saturday demoed how ready the country’s airports are to reopen flights
As flights come close to reopening, social distancing is a big concern.
Markings of the floor of the baggage collection area dictates where individual passengers have to stand to ensure social distancing as they await their baggage

 

The capacity of the sitting area has been reduced from 500 to 250 to restrict the number of people in the area at any particular time.
Markings on the floor meant to ensure social distancing as passengers go through clearing and checkin ahead of their flights

 

Airlines are convinced they are 100% ready to resume operations

 

texem
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