AviationHeadlines United Nigeria Airlines announce resumption of flight operations on Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt routes By maritimemag April 22, 2021 ShareTweet 0 Chinazor Megbolu The United Nigeria Airlines has announced the resumption of Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt Routes. The indigenous airliner in a statement on Wednesday said the company is spreading its wings further with the resumption of Lagos-Port Harcourt and Abuja-Port Harcourt flights daily. The statement, which was signed and issued by the Head, Corporate Communications of the airline, Mr. Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu, noted that the direct flight, which would depart from the Murtala Muhammed Airport Two (MMA2), Lagos would commence on Thursday, April 22, 2021. The statement also explained that the inaugural flight to Port Harcourt would depart from the private terminal at 1.30pm. Uchegbu, further hinted that the flights from Port Harcourt to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja would depart at 3:00pm regularly, adding that flights from Abuja to Port Harcourt would depart at 4:30pm regularly. Uchegbu also pointed out that the airline would also operate regular flights from Port Harcourt to Lagos daily at 6:00pm. “The above will remain a regular schedule of United Nigeria Airlines on the Port Harcourt route,” Uchegbu said. Meanwhile, the Chief Operating Officer (COO), United Nigeria Airlines, Mazi Osita Okonkwo, noted that its operations, customer service and destinations had been organised to ensure excellence as well as pursuing integrity as a goal. He said the airline was very deep-rooted into learning and into knowing their limitations and growing into their experiences. Okonkwo, while addressing newsmen, posited the organisation was creating the necessary systems, processes institutions and organs that would help the management achieve the target they have set for themselves. He maintained that for a company to be rated excellent in performance, it must identify all the weaknesses and the strength and be able to develop a widow of opportunity and manage the threats. “Both micro and macro, micro in the sense that when you come to us, you have the promise that we will unite you to your destination, to family, to your friends, to your associates, the culture you are going to meet and from there we move to unite cultures, different cities in Nigeria, different cultures in Nigeria, different associations and others. “The unity we are talking about is an experience we want everybody that flies with us to experience to enjoy and to be part of. “And we have started in a micro aspect of it, the way we have organised our customer service, the way we have organised our destinations and the way we are expanding into different parts of Nigeria, that is the plan and strategy we have,” he said. © 2021, maritimemag. All rights reserved.