The Managing Director, Arik Airline, Mr Chris Ndulue, yeserday said the airline had increased its flights on the Enugu, Benin, Calabar and Ibadan routes to cope with passenger demand.
Ndulue spoke in an interview with the newsmen in Lagos.
He said that the increase was also to give air travelers more options for same day return trips.
“There is an increasing demand from our guests on our domestic routes. We are committed to providing all of our guests with a range of flights at suitable times.
“We have identified and delivered on the demands and are continuously reviewing our route network to offer increased convenience and seamless connections,’’ he said.
Ndulue said the new schedule came into effect on November 17, with an increase in frequency on the Lagos-Calabar, Lagos-Enugu, Lagos-Benin, Abuja-Benin, Lagos-Kano, Abuja-Kano, Abuja-Asaba and Abuja-Ibadan routes.