Arik Air expands its international fleet

Arik Air, West Africa and Central Africa’s leading airline, has expanded its international fleet with the acquisition of the new A330-200 twin-engine aircraft. The new aircraft will service the airlines bilateral air services agreement (BASA) long haul routes, which includes London Heathrow, New York John F Kennedy and Johannesburg Oliver Tambo Airports. The introduction of the Airbus A330-200 widebody aircraft to the Arik Air fleet, is the first of its kind to be added to the airline, and will increase the current fleet to 24 aircrafts, with a further 24 aircrafts on order.

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