Aviation Transport

Arik Air to resume flight operations to Owerri, Kano

Arik Air on Tuesday, said it would resume its Lagos- Abuja-Owerri daily flights on Nov. 28.

Arik’s  Chief Executive Officer, Mr Roy Ilegbodu, disclosed this  through the company’s Communications Manager, Mr Ola Adebanji, in a  statement  in Lagos.

Ilegbodu added that the airline would also resume its weekly Abuja-Kano flights.

He explained that outbound flights from Lagos to Owerri would operate from the Murtala Muhammed Airport Domestic Terminal 1, while flights from Abuja would take off from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Terminal B.

He added that the resumption of flights to Owerri and Kano was to ensure customers’ safety during the yuletide.

“We are happy to extend our services again to the good people of Imo and Kano state as they prepare for the yuletide.

“They have been yearning for our services knowing that they are in good hands anytime they fly Arik Air.” he said.

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