The 9th and last Evacuation Flight for stranded Nigerians in the USA

The 9th and last Evacuation Flight for stranded Nigerians in the USA
The 9th and last Evacuation Flight for stranded Nigerians in the USA

The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved the 9th and last evacuation flight for stranded Nigerians in the United States of America, occasioned by the outbreak of the Coronavirus. 
The Consulate General of Nigeria, New York, in a public notice said the flight is scheduled to depart  Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey on Thursday, 20th August 2020 at 21:15hrs via Ethiopian Airlines flight no. ET509. The flight will arrive at Nnamdi Azikiwe International  Airport, Abuja the Federal Capital Territory on Friday 21st August 2020 at 12:25hrs, and proceed to Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, arriving at 14:50hrs the same day.
The Consul General, Ambassador Ben Okoyen and diplomats at the Consulate, are advising all prospective evacuees who are yet to purchase their one-way tickets; Economy Class (USD1,250.00 Abuja) and ( USD1, 350.00 LAGOS) to visit www.ethiopianairlines.com. 
The Bussiness Class ticket is going for USD 2,800.00 (ABUJA) and USD2,900.00 for (LAGOS). 

Prospective evacuees should forward a copy of their tickets with the Name, telephone number, and contact of their next of Kin in Nigeria to cgnny@nigeriahouse.com and bnura@nigeriahouse.com.
For payment issues, contact the following Ethiopian Airlines staff: DEREJE: +12028482397, BENJAMIN:+15712757021 and MILLION TEKA: +19085916400.
The notice adds that prospective evacuees must present documentary evidence of a negative COVID-19PCR test result, which must not be older than 14days and preferably not less than five days on the date of departure. The evacuees will also undergo temperature checks, five hours before departure.  Those without the stipulated test results will not be allowed to check-in.
All prospective evacuees are required to wear face masks, use hand sanitizers intermittently during the flight and adhere strictly to all instructions of relevant authorities, on arrival in Nigeria.