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Arik Air resumes flights to Asaba, increases Owerri frequency

ARIK AIR has announced that it would be resuming flight services to Asaba Airport in Delta state starting from Wednesday, December 18, 2019,

The airline will be operating daily flights from Lagos to Asaba.

This is just as the airline has said it will be increasing its frequency from Lagos to Owerri to thrice daily in the spirit of the yuletide season.

The resumption of flights to Asaba is coming at a time when people are looking for seamless travel during the yuletide.

Arik Air’s return to Asaba is nostalgic as the airline was the first to commence commercial flights to Asaba when the airport was inaugurated in 2011.

On its additional flights to Owerri, Arik Air, in the spirit of the yuletide season, Arik said flights will operate at 7:00am daily in addition to the 1:00pm and 4:30pm departures.

Speaking on the latest development, Arik Air Chief Executive Officer, Captain Roy Ilegbodu said: “The resumption of flights to Asaba is a promise kept as we had assured our esteemed customers that we will be back on the route before the Christmas festivities.

“We once again assure our customers of a high operating safety standards and exceptional customer service during the yuletide and beyond.”

 

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