Arik Air, on Sunday, declared the resumption of its residential departures from July 8, after the Federal Government’s choice to re-open Lagos and Abuja air terminals for flight activities.
The Arik Air Chief Executive Officer, Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, unveiled this in an announcement in Lagos.
Ilegbodu said that the aircraft would be working three day by day departures from Lagos to Abuja in the main period of the restart.
He said in an announcement;
“Passengers are advised to arrive at the airport three hours before scheduled departure time so as to have ample time to undergo all security and health protocols before flight.
“Furthermore, all passengers are required to come properly kitted with their face masks.
“We are ready to fly our esteemed customers again. All preparations have been made to make flying in this extraordinary period in the world safe and pleasurable.
“Arik has worked actively with aviation agencies for an effective re-start of the industry and also ensure that agreed health measures are effectively implemented,” .