Arik Air Shuts Down Operations in Nigeria


Arik airline has reportedly shut down operations in Nigeria following its failure to convey passengers to their various destinations on Tuesday.

No aircraft of the airline has made any trip in Nigeria since today, Sahara Reporters gathered.

Passengers who may have booked their flights with the airline for the Sallah holidays may have to look for alternative means to travel due to the incidence.

The report noted that the sudden shutdown in flight operations by the airline may not be unconnected to massive debts Arik Air currently owes oil marketers.

Recall that Arik Air isn’t the first airline to shut down flight operations in Nigeria, both Aero Contractors and FirstNation had earlier suspended operations some three weeks ago.



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