Ebola: ASKY Airlines resumes flight operations

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 2nd, 2014
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A SKY Airlines is set to resume daily flight operations into Nigeria.

The resumption of flight operations is predicated on the satisfactory report the airline submitted to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).

The report contained documentary evidence indicating a clear road map on all measures taken to prevent the spread of Ebola.

The airline yesterday held series of meetings with health experts and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on how to prevent the spread of Ebola.

The letter from NCAA clearing ASKY Airlines to resume operations reads in part: “ Having carefully examined these measures put in place by your airline especially the suspension of flights into Ebola infected countries, the Management of NCAA has lifted the temporary suspension placed on your flight into and out of Nigeria.”

The Commercial Director of ASKY Airlines, Mr. Nowel Ngala, who was present in Lagos, expressed delight  that the airlines was finally handed the right to continue flying into Nigeria.

He stated that the Nigerian market is critical to the airlines’ daily services and ensures Nigeria is well connected to West and Central African markets and the rest of the world from Lome – Togo together with its strategic partner Ethiopian Airlines.

He said:” We are very much aware of all the inconvenience this has caused to our dear customers and the travel public at large, especially those who had commenced their journey before the suspension was imposed.

“We continue to hold our numerous customers within and outside Nigeria in high esteem with products and services that are targeted to make their travel experience a memorable one.”

He urged customers to quickly get in touch with their local travel agencies and ASKY offices to reconfirm their tickets and/or get further information to reschedule their trips.

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