- United Airways pronounces new air carrier from Washington, D.C. to Lagos, Nigeria.
- United Airways will perform 3 weekly flights between Washington, D.C. and Lagos, Nigeria staring on November 29, 2021.
- New flight will be offering handy one-stop connections to over 80 locations all the way through the Americas.
United Airways introduced nowadays that new carrier between Washington, D.C. and Lagos, Nigeria will start November 29 (matter to executive approval). The airline will perform 3 weekly flights connecting the U.S. capital to Nigeria’s greatest town, which could also be the highest Western African vacation spot for U.S-based vacationers.
“This new flight to Lagos has been extremely expected via our shoppers and provides the primary ever nonstop carrier between Washington, D.C. and Nigeria, in addition to handy, one-stop connections to over 80 locations all the way through the Americas together with Houston and Chicago,” stated Patrick Quayle, United Airways‘ vice chairman of global community and alliances. “On behalf of all of United we’d like to provide our honest because of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority and U.S. Division of Transportation for supporting our plans to supply this carrier.”
“We’re commemorated to paintings with our companions at United Airways to welcome their 2d nonstop connection from Dulles Global to the African continent,” stated Carl Schultz, appearing vice chairman of airline trade construction on the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. “Lagos joins just about 50 different nonstop global locations these days served via the Nationwide Capital Area’s gateway to the sector.”
United Airways will perform this course with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner that includes 28 United Polaris trade magnificence lie-flat seats, 21 United Top rate Plus top rate economic system seats, 36 Financial system Plus seats and 158 same old economic system seats. Flights will leave Washington, D.C. on Monday, Thursday and Saturday and go back from Lagos on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.
This new flight builds on United’s enlargement into Africa and solidifies United’s management place to Africa from the D.C. metro house, with extra flights to the continent than some other airline. Simply this yr, United introduced new carrier between New York/Newark and Johannesburg, South Africa and between Washington, D.C. and Accra, Ghana. And this December and January, United will build up its carrier to Accra from 3 weekly flights to day-to-day* as shoppers commute house for the wintry weather vacations. United could also be returning its fashionable carrier between New York/Newark and Cape The city, South Africa on December 1.
United’s new flights agree to every nation’s COVID-19 protocols and shoppers will have to test vacation spot necessities earlier than touring.