|Quoting LouA340 (Reply 4):|
if flights to Accra have to make a fuel stop they usually rather stop in Lagos or Abuja and vice versa
|Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 9):|
Oil restrictions in Nigeria ?? Is that a joke ?
|Quoting HB-IWC (Thread starter):|
KL590 is operated with a B772ER and will follow the following schedule later tonight:
|Quoting LTU932 (Reply 7):|
How long might this last?
|Quoting HB-IWC (Reply 13):|
KL588 LOS AMS will make a technical stop in Lome (LFW) whereas KL590 ACC AMS will make a stop for taking fuel in Niamey (NIM) as it did yesterday.
|Quoting JRadier (Reply 3):|
CNN does not have any news from that region, so I think it isn't to evacuate people.
|Quoting B747-437B (Reply 6):|
Nigeria is under fuel restrictions as well recently, which causes a rather sticky situation for people trying to get out of either country this week. The usual 3rd string options of Lome/Abidjan/Ouaga are also short on fuel meaning that its either Niamey or Bamako as the sure bets for most carriers heading north.
|Quoting LouA340 (Reply 16):|
Does anyone know why its only KLM's services that are being affected?