Travel is sexy! It introduces us to new cultures and experiences, and enables us to be continuously curious and open to the beauties that the world holds. Because travel is so necessary, it’s always great to hear about airlines that strive to make the travel experience better for all lovers of travel. West Africa’s largest airline, Arik Air, is one such airline. Recently introducing a new winter travel schedule, Arik has shown that, for them, the comfort of their customers really comes first.
The new travel schedule from New York’s JFK Airport to Nigeria’s Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos, which will be effective from October 29, 2012, offers flights departing from JFK at 12 noon every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The non-stop flights will arrive in Lagos, Nigeria, at 4.30 am the next day. Inbound flights from Lagos to JFK will depart at 11.55 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; they will arrive at JFK at 6.30 am the next day. Talk about structure and convenience!
According to Arik Air‘s Vice President for the Americas, Robert Brunner, “We are delighted that the demand for our services in the US continues to grow. The new schedule is a direct result of this increased demand for our services between the US and West Africa. Customers will now be able to make easier connections to our Nigerian domestic and West African regional services. In addition with the new arrival time in the US, passengers will have the chance to connect directly on to their final US destination.”
Cheers to a more convenient travel experience!