The Nigeria High Commission in Canada said it had finished up plans to return Nigerians abandoned in the nation back home on Friday.
The mission said in an announcement gave in Ottawa Monday that Portuguese carrier and Euro Atlantic Airways had been decided for the evacuation exercise.
In any event 300 abandoned Nigerians in Canada had implied eagerness to return home after the episode of COVID-19 in the North American country.
The primary departure flight prior booked for May 14 was dropped after Canadian specialists denied overflight and landing grants to Air Peace, the Nigerian transporter Airline.
The high commission said Air Peace was denied the licenses because of wellbeing worries, as it was its first endeavor to fly the course.