British Airways Make Plans To Leave Nigeria Routes Soon

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British Airways have said they are making plans to leave Nigeria routes soon, due to the pressure from the Federal Government. British Airwyas has being in Nigeria for 80 years.

 The Country Manager for British Airway and Iberia, Mr. Kola Olayinka had said "The united Kingdom carrier is struggling to repatriate it's share of the $575 million that Nigeria currently owes to airlines globally from tickets sold ."
 He also e-mailed that "Spanish carrier, Iberia, had on Monday 12, 2016 halted flights to Lagos "due to very difficult operating circumstances and dwindling passenger numbers."
 The Chief Executive Officer, IAG, the parent company for British Airways and Iberia, Mr. Willie Walsh, said in April that Iberia would stop serving Lagos after the low price of oil caused Nigeria's economy to contract for the first time since 2004 in the first quarter.