Arik Air, on Sunday, introduced the resumption of its home flights from July 8, following the Federal Authorities’s choice to re-open Lagos and Abuja airports for flight operations.
The Arik Air Chief Govt Officer, Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, disclosed this in an announcement in Lagos.
Ilegbodu mentioned that the airline could be working three day by day flights from Lagos to Abuja within the first section of the restart.
He mentioned additional that Port Harcourt could be added to the schedule from July 11 when the Port Harcourt Worldwide Airport could be reopened for operations.
“Passengers have been assured of their security and wellbeing at each stage of their flight.
“The airline has put numerous measures in place, consistent with COVID-19 well being protocols, as beneficial by the World Well being Organisation (WHO), Worldwide Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and the Federal Authorities of Nigeria.
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“Passengers are suggested to reach on the airport three hours earlier than scheduled departure time in order to have ample time to endure all safety and well being protocols earlier than flight.
“Moreover, all passengers are required to return correctly kitted with their face masks.
“We’re able to fly our esteemed prospects once more. All preparations have been made to make flying on this extraordinary interval on this planet protected and pleasurable.
“Arik has labored actively with aviation businesses for an efficient re-start of the business and in addition be certain that agreed well being measures are successfully carried out,” Ilegbodu mentioned.
The Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) stories that Arik Air suspended flight operations on March 27, following the unfold of the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria.