Information curled from Ynaija.com
Mr Chris Ndulue, Managing Director of the airline announced this today at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, saying that the security and safety of air passengers and crew was a top priority to the airline.
He said that the airline would continue to work with both local and international health authorities to safeguard the health and well-being of its passengers.
According to Ndulue, Arik will operate three weekly flights from both Lagos and Abuja to Banjul via Accra, Ghana, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
“Outbound flight departs Lagos at 5 pm local time, arrive Accra at 5 pm local time and leaves Accra for Banjul at 8 pm local time.
“From Abuja, the outbound flight departs at 6:10 pm local time, arrive Accra at 7 pm local time and leaves for Banjul at 8 pm local time,” Ndulue said.