Arik Air, West and Central Africa’s largest commercial carrier is to begin scheduled commercial services between Lagos, Nigeria and Douala, Cameroon. The first commercial flight on the new route will be held on Thursday August 30 and subsequently operate three times weekly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
World’s third largest aircraft manufacturer, Canadian based Bombardier Aerospace, has invited Arik Air Chairman, Sir Joseph Arumemi-Ikhide to a meeting of select business partners in Montreal, Canada.
Arik Air, West Africa’s largest carrier, is introducing a new flight programme that will make more seats available to domestic air travelers, ensure on-time departure and passenger satisfaction.
Arik Air has decided to temporarily suspend all flight operations between Lagos and Johannesburg effective immediately.
Arik Air is to begin scheduled flights from its hub in Lagos to the Angolan capital, Luanda, becoming the first and only Nigerian carrier to operate scheduled flights between the two cities. The first flight is to launch on 13th December (2011) and will operate twice weekly on a Tuesday and Saturday.