Flight disruption: Arik Air apologises to passengers

The administration of Arik Air on Monday, apologised to its clients whose journey plans have been disrupted by the picketing of operations by some Aviation unions on Sept. 14, NAN reviews.

DAILY POST had reported that the operations of Arik Air on Sept. 14 was shut down by the Aviation unions over alleged non fee of workers salaries since April, after putting 90 per cent of the workforce on obligatory depart and different anti-labour practices.

Following the event, Mr Adebanji Ola, Supervisor, Communications of Arik Air, in an announcement launched in Lagos apologized to its clients for the unlucky incident.

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In line with him, the administration of Arik are already working with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Ministry of Aviation and NCAA to resolve all pending points with the unions and a piece of the workers.

The assertion learn “We want to place on file that the picketing was unlawful and has no backing of the aviation unions whose management have embraced dialogue by attending mediatory conferences known as by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).

“The administration strongly condemns this motion and as soon as once more assures all stakeholders of a secure and conducive working surroundings.

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“We will additionally shield the curiosity of the flying public for a secure, pleasant and on time travelling expertise.

“We’re already working with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Ministry of Aviation and NCAA to resolve all pending points with the unions and a piece of the workers.”

He nonetheless, assured clients with legitimate tickets who couldn’t fly on Monday to switch such tickets for free of charge for future travels.

“We’re working to convey the scenario below management and the general public will likely be suggested accordingly,” he added.

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