[News] : Arik Air resumes operations, settles disputes with unions

The administration of Arik Airline says it has settled the waiting impasse with worker’s guilds in a meeting intervened by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).

As per an announcement issued on Friday by the Media Consultant to the carrier, Mr Simon Tumba, the NCAA handled the peace meeting held Thursday evening.

Tumba recorded unions at the meeting to incorporate the National Union of Air Transport Employees, Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria and National Association of Aircraft Pilot and Engineers.

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The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the workplaces of the disturbed carrier were on Thursday picketed by the three flying unions.

As indicated by Tumba, the aircraft has continued typical operations with impact from Friday morning on all courses.

He cited Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, the Chief Executive Officer of the carrier, as saying: “the administration apologize to its clients for the disturbance of administrations on Thursday taking after the picketing of its operations by the unions.”

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He added;”We console our clients of opportune takeoff, extraordinary travel understanding and anticipate inviting them on load onto our flights.”

In the interim, Tumba said the aircraft had reactivated its online stage for clients to book and pay online through all its system.

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He clarified that the carrier’s on time flight execution had enhanced by more than 80 for each penny over the most recent three weeks.


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