Arik Air Launches New Look Website

18 September 2013
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Arik Air (Lagos)
press release

Lagos — Arik Air, West and Central Africa's largest commercial carrier, has launched its new-look website The revamped website is packed full of new and upgraded features designed to enhance the user's experience and to further underline Arik Air's position as market leader in Nigerian Aviation.

The new features include a simplified booking system and an online check-in feature, designed to provide passengers with the ability to check-in from 24 hours before the scheduled departure of the flight to 5 hours before International Flights and 3 hours before Domestic & Regional Flights. In addition, the site includes a destinations guide that provides useful travel information to customers, from weather reports to hotel and restaurant recommendations.
The new website launch is part of a raft of changes, which are being rolled out to enhance Arik's online offering and customer experience.

Dr Michael Arumemi-Ikhide, Arik Air's Global Chief Executive Officer, commented: "The importance of the web and ecommerce cannot be underestimated in the digital age. We therefore invested a great deal of time and money to ensure that we have a simple yet effective website. Given the numbers of visitors we welcome to our site every day we believe that the new website will provide a new and improved browsing experience for our customers.

"We plan on announcing a number of additional upgrades to our technology offering over the coming months in a bid to further enhance the service we offer travelers who fly with us."

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