Arik Air resumes operations in Lagos — aftermath of picketing by angry labour

Chinazor Megbolu    |   
Arik Air, an indigenous airliner, on Tuesday resumed normal flight operations after Monday’s strike action organised by aviation union members.
The Manager, Communication, Arik Air, Mr. Adebanji Ola, disclosed this, saying all the early morning flights for the day were operated as scheduled.
According to him; “all our early morning flights for Tuesday September 15, 2020 operated in and out of Lagos on schedule and all other flights for the day will operate as scheduled.
“Once again, we apologise to all our valued customers for the disruption to their travel plans on Monday and assure them of our resolve to continually adhere to safety standards. We thank our esteemed customers for their understanding, confidence and support during this period”.
Ola maintained that passengers with tickets who could not fly on Monday can modify such tickets at no extra cost to travel at any time they want.
“We wish to place on record that the picketing was illegal and has no backing of the aviation unions whose leadership have embraced dialogue by attending mediatory meetings called for Tuesday, September 15, 2020, by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).”
“The management strongly condemns this action and once again assures all stakeholders of a safe and conducive working environment. We shall also protect the interest of the flying public for a safe, friendly and on time travelling experience”.
“We are already working with the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Ministry of Aviation and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to resolve all pending issues with the unions and a section of the staff”.

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