Nigerian carrier, Arik Air has announced that it is back to full flight operations after the resolution of the illegal picketing by a section of the workers’ union, which took place on Monday.
According to a statement signed by management: “We are pleased to inform you that Arik Air is back to full flight operations following the resolution of the illegal picketing embarked upon by a section of the workers’ union on Monday, September 14, 2020.”
The airline’s spokesman, Adebanji Ola, said normal flights have since resumed in all its routes, also tenders another apology for the disruption of flight operation.
“While we regret the untold inconvenience caused by the disruption, we seize the opportunity to assure you of our continued commitment to your safety and well-being as our valued customer. Our major domestic hubs at Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos and Nnamdi AzikiweAirport, Abuja are fully operational and flights are available for you to connect to your destinations seamlessly.”
“We currently operate flights to Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Owerri, Benin, Asaba, Kano,Yola, Ilorin and Jos. It is our intention to give you more flexibility in your travel plans by expanding our network in the near future. Our safety and on time records remain unsurpassed and we remain fully committed to sustaining these standards. We also thank you for your patronage and look forward to welcoming you on board soon.”