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Arik Air introduces special fare for serving, retired Nigerian Armed Forces

ARIK AIR has introduced a special fare which starts from N20, 000.00 for one-way economy class ticket for members of the Armed Forces of Nigeria on any of the airline’s domestic routes.

The fare is applicable to all categories of serving and retired personnel of the Armed Forces of Nigeria. The Armed Forces covered by the scheme are Nigerian Army, Nigerian Navy and Nigerian Air Force.

Arik Air’s Chief Executive Officer, Captain Roy Ilegbodu elaborated on the special fare: “Arik Air is pleased to be of service to the officers of the Armed Forces of Nigeria. We are a truly Nigerian carrier and we feel the need to support the gallant officers and men of the Armed Forces who toil day and night to defend the territorial integrity of our country and keep us safe.”

The scheme, which is part of the airline’s corporate social responsibility is a way of supporting the Armed Forces of Nigeria in the discharge of their duties.

To enjoy the special fare which is available at the Airport Ticketing Offices and City Ticketing Offices of the airline nationwide, passengers must present a valid military identity (ID) card plus any other valid identity card (e.g. driver’s license, international passport, national ID card and permanent voter’s card) at point of sale and check-in. In addition, reservation and ticketing must be made not later than 72 hours before flight.

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