Lagos - Firstnation Airlines has resume operations on Sunday evening, one month after it suspended flights to enable the aircraft fleet undergo engine maintenance.
The airline made the announcement through its Twitter account which stated that it would resume flights by 4PM on Sunday.
The airline according to News 24 had on August 17 suspended operations to enable the aircraft in its fleet undergo engine maintenance.
The airliner was earlier scheduled to resume operations on September 15 but was postponed because the equipment needed to fix the airplanes was only released by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) a few days ago.
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The airline had anticipated that all customs formalities would have been done last week Friday before the Sallah holidays.
Recall that another airline, Arik Air, resumed operations on September 14, after suspending its flight operations for 24 hours over issues relating to aircraft insurance renewal.
- News 24