In an announcement on Monday, the aircraft additionally said it has decreased the cost of its Lagos to Accra one-path ticket from N51,240 to N43,000.
“Arik Air has presented stash benevolent passages on the Lagos-Accra and Abuja-Accra courses,” the announcement read.
“You would now be able to appreciate awesome admissions when you fly Arik Air to Accra, Ghana from Lagos or Abuja.
“From N43,000 you can purchase Lagos-Accra one-way ticket and N62,000 for Abuja-Accra one-way ticket.”
Flights on the Abuja-Accra course beforehand cost N84,180.
“Tickets can be acquired online at www.arikair.com or at any Arik Air city office, air terminal ticketing office or any travel specialist or call 01-2799999 for reservation,” the announcement read.
“Arik Air flies twice every day from Lagos to Accra at 7:00 am and 5:00 pm and day by day from Abuja to Accra at 5:30 pm.
Fly Arik Air for on time takeoffs, incredible client experience and security.”
The Assets Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON) had assumed control over the aircraft in February over instances of obligations.
The carrier, which is Nigeria’s biggest household aircraft, continued flights on the Abuja-Accra course in July after the conclusion of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, for the restoration of the runway.