From Economy Class through to Premier Business, we offer services of the highest possible standard. Here is our list of amenities for your enjoyment.

In order to ensure our services are always of the highest standards, Arik Air has your expectations in mind. We want you to enjoy the entire Arik experience with us from the moment you are welcomed aboard. We provide comfortable seating and a dedicated Premier Business Class cabin for the ultimate Arik experience. Menus and drinks are carefully selected to reflect our commitment to quality. One of our strengths is our in-flight service and professionally-trained cabin crew, both in Premier Business and Economy Class

Premier Business Class

Amenities available on Arik Air long haul flights include:

  • Generous legroom and leather seats equipped with a massage function and privacy screen
  • The seat has the ability to be converted to a fully flat bed 180°
  • We have a fully stocked bar with a social area for the exclusive use of our Premier Class guests
  • Configuration is 2 – 2 – 2 in Premier Class
  • Individual 17” video monitors at each seat
  • Full Audio Video On Demand system with a wide selection of films, short programs and audio
  • Seats equipped with in-seat power
  • Large wardrobes for stowage of bulky items
  • Mood lighting
  • Luxurious wash bags for ladies and gents
  • Sleeper suits and slippers for night flights
  • Mattresses, duvets and large pillows for turndown service on night flights
  • Noise cancelling headsets
  • Selection of African and International cuisine
  • A-la-carte meal service
  • Selection of brand name spirits, red and white wine, champagne, beer and soft drinks
  • Selection of national and international newspapers and magazines
     

Amenities available on Arik Air short haul flights include:

  • Generous legroom and leather seats
  • No middle seat in Business Class, so each guest has an aisle or window seat
  • Complimentary meal and soft drinks
     

Economy Class

Amenities available on Arik Air long haul flights:

  • 50% more legroom then in competitors' cabin and with the a seat pitch of 34"
  • Individual 10.2" video monitors at each seat
  • Full Audio Video On Demand system with a wide selection of films, short programs and audio
  • Seats equipped with in-seat power
  • Mood lighting
  • Blankets, pillows and amenity kits provided to make your journey more comfortable
  • 3 course meal with a selection of African and international cuisine on all flights
  • Additional light snack service on longer flights
  • Selection of wines, beer and soft drinks
     

Amenities available on Arik Air short haul flights include:

  • Comfortable seat pitch up to 34" on many of our aircraft
  • Complimentary snacks and soft drinks regardless of time of day on all flights
     

FAA-OST releases Final Rule on Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC)

On May 24, 2016 the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published a final rule on passenger-supplied Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) on board aircraft. Under the final rule, POC manufacturers must follow standards set forth to test and label POCs they intend to market for air travel. The final rule differs from the previous Notice of Proposed Rule Making released in 2014 in three aspects: (1) it replaces the proposed prescriptive requirement for radio frequency (RF) emissions evaluation with a performance-based standard that allows POC manufacturers to determine the means by which to assess whether a POC will radiate RF emissions that interfere with aircraft systems; (2) it modifies label requirements to include indication that the POC conforms with FAA acceptance criteria; and (3) it retains the Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 106 prohibition against exit row seating for passengers using a POC and the SFAR No. 106 requirements pertaining to POC stowage. The final rule also amends the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) rules on the nondiscriminatory treatment of passengers with disabilities in air travel (Part 382) to reflect the changes to the POC rule and to ensure that all POCs meeting FAA’s safety requirements are accepted for air travel.