Arik Air Online Booking, Customer Care, Contact Details & Office Address

This article contains Arik Air Customer Care Number, Contact Details, Office Address, Destinations, Online Booking and all other information related to Arik Air travels.

Arik Air took over the facilities of the former national carrier “Nigeria Airways” in Lagos. Ever since then, it has grown so large to become one of the top airline companies currently existing Nigeria.

Arik Air is operating from two hubs in Nigeria. It Arik handles its operations in the Lagos airport and Abuja International Airport.

Apart from operation in the cities of Nigeria, Arik Air also serves some other cities in Africa and few other places outside the African continent.

Arik Air Online Booking

Arik online booking has made it easy for customers to buy their flight from any location they are in the world via their website. On by Arik ticket online, log on to https://www.arikair.com.

The booking process is easy and self-explanatory. On the home page, fill in the booking form by entering your departure and arrival location. You will also have to fill your traveling date and number of travelers. Then click on “FLIGHT SEARCH”.

On the next page will see the available flights to your location, their time of departure, and prices.

Select any available flight you want and click on “Continue.”

On the next page, you will have to fill in your details, then continue to make your payments.

Arik Air Customer Care Number

Customer Care Numbers:

  • +234 (0) 1279 9999
  • +234 (0) 8077793501
  • +234 (0) 8157779472
  • +234 (0) 8157779481
  • +234 (0) 8157779479
  • +234 (0) 8157779470

Arik Email Address: talktous@arikair.com

For Reservation: +234 (0) 1279 9999

For refunds: arikrefunds@arikair.com

For compliment:

Arik Air Lagos Address

  • 45 Awolowo Road,
    Ikoyi, Lagos.
  • Sheraton Hotel & Towers,
    30 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way,
    Ikeja, Lagos.

Sales Desk

  • Access Bank Implant,
    11 Town Planning Way,
    Ilupeju, Lagos.

Travel Shop

  • 44 Toyin Street,
    Ikeja, Lagos.

Sales Points in Banks

  • Keystone Bank:
    18/20 Commercial Road,
    Apapa, Lagos
  • Keystone Bank
    Atiku Abubakar Hall,
    Trade Fair Complex,
    Ojo, Lagos.
  • First Bank (UAC House)
    1-5 Odunlami Street
    Marina, Lagos Island.
  • First Bank
    Plot 136 Ahmedu Bello way,
    Victoria Island, Lagos.
  • Access Bank
    42 Bode Thomas,
    Surelere, Lagos.
  • Keystone Bank
    Block 94, Plot 19, Lekki Express Way,
    Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.
  • EcoBank
    9A Warehouse Road,
    Apapa, Lagos.
  • Access Bank
    11 Town Planning Way,
    Ilupeju, Lagos.

Arik Air Destinations

Destinations in Nigeria

  • Abuja
  • Asaba
  • Benin City
  • Calabar
  • Enugu
  • Gombe
  • Ibadan
  • Ilorin
  • Jos
  • Kaduna
  • Kano
  • Lagos
  • Owerri
  • Port Harcourt
  • Sokoto
  • Uyo
  • Warri
  • Yola

International Destinations:

  • Abidjan
  • Accra
  • Banjul
  • Cotonou
  • Dakar
  • Douala
  • Freetown
  • Libreville
  • Luanda
  • Monrovia

Brief History of Arik Air

In 2006, Arik Air took over the former Nigeria Airways facilities in Lagos, that was few years after its liquidation. They immediately began reconstruction work.

On 14 June the same year, Arik took delivery of two Bombardier CRJ-900 aircraft to fly domestic routes in Nigeria. And within the continent of Africa from Summer 2006, two ex-United Boeing 737–300s and 3 50 seater Bombardier CRJ-200 craft.

Later in the same year, the Ministry of Aviation granted Arik Air authorization to fly to Amsterdam and Trinidad and Tobago, London and Madrid in Europe.

The airline then planned to fly to Houston, Atlanta, and Miami, in the United States and Birmingham in the UK.

On 30 of October 2006, they began scheduled passenger flights with four flights flying between Lagos and Abuja. They started flight operations to Calabar in November 2006, and 2007 operations services began in Benin City. Operation in Enugu started in January 2007.

The following year being 2008, Arik Air got permission to fly to the United States of America by the US Department of Transportation.

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