Arik Air says flights return to normalcy after cabin crew work-to-rule action ends  

 

 

 

By Sade Williams

 

Arik Air on Friday, said its flights have returned to normalcy after a work-to-rule action embarked upon by members of its cabin crew ended.

 

It has however, apologized to travelers over the disruptions, saying the issues has been resolved amicably.

 

“The cabin crew members of our flight operations team earlier this morning embarked on a work-to-rule action which led to the disruption of some of our flights out of Lagos. The dispute has been resolved amicably and our operations are now back to normal with flights leaving for their destinations with minimum delays.

 

“We assure our customers, especially those traveling during this festive season that we will do our best to ensure they get to their destinations safely.

 

“We sincerely apologise for the disruption in our operations. We see this unfortunate event as a temporary setback to the new Arik brand we have built in the last 10 months”, Ola Adebanji, the airline’s spokesman said in a statement.

 

He assured that measures have been put in place to ensure a hitch free operations during the remaining period of the yuletide.

 

 

 

 

 

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