Arik Air on Wednesday suspended its flight administrations to all West Drift goals following the proceeded with spread of coronavirus.
The influenced courses, as indicated by the aircraft, are Accra, Ghana; Monrovia, Liberia and Dakar, Senegal.
The aircraft said in an explanation that the brief suspension of flights to all its West Coast goals would get powerful from Walk 23.
It included that the administration of the carrier took the choice after a cautious investigation of the novel COVID-19 which had been announced a pandemic by the World Wellbeing Association.
The CEO of Arik Air, Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, was cited as saying the wellbeing and prosperity of the aircraft’s staff and clients were principal at this crucial time, subsequently the choice to briefly suspend flight administrations toward the West Coast.
“We would prefer not to take risks and this is the reason we have taken this choice,” he said.
While saying ‘sorry’ to its clients, the carrier said it would pad the impacts of the movement restriction on travelers whose itinerary items may have been influenced by the suspension of flights by guaranteeing a brief discount of tickets.