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Airline Operators Call Off Planned Shutdown

Domestic airline carriers, represented by Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), have canceled their scheduled flight suspension, which was set to begin on Monday.

In a statement issued by Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina, President of AON, and approved by other members, they stated they had listened to stakeholders and the federal government’s appeals not to withdraw their services.

The statement read: “The Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) wishes to inform the general public that further to numerous calls from the highest echelons in government with promises to urgently intervene in the crises being faced by airlines due to the astronomic and continuously rising cost of JetA1, that the AON has acceded to requests to withdraw the action for the time being while we allow for a fresh round of dialogue with government in the hope of reaching an amicable solution.”

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“We have also reached this decision with the highest consideration for our esteemed customers who have been faced with uncertainty over the last few days and to enable them to have access to travel to their various destinations for the time being during the period of discussions with relevant authorities.”

“In view of the above and in the interest of national economy and security considerations, AON hereby wishes to notify the general public that the earlier announced shutdown of operations on May 9, 2022 is hereby suspended in good fate pending the outcome of hopefully fruitful engagement with government,” the AON President said.

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Domestic airline carriers, represented by Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), have canceled their scheduled flight suspension, which was set to begin on Monday.

In a statement issued by Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina, President of AON, and approved by other members, they stated they had listened to stakeholders and the federal government’s appeals not to withdraw their services.

The statement read: “The Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) wishes to inform the general public that further to numerous calls from the highest echelons in government with promises to urgently intervene in the crises being faced by airlines due to the astronomic and continuously rising cost of JetA1, that the AON has acceded to requests to withdraw the action for the time being while we allow for a fresh round of dialogue with government in the hope of reaching an amicable solution.”

READ MORE: Customs Impounds Over 1,000 Bags Of Poisonous Rice In Ogun

“We have also reached this decision with the highest consideration for our esteemed customers who have been faced with uncertainty over the last few days and to enable them to have access to travel to their various destinations for the time being during the period of discussions with relevant authorities.”

“In view of the above and in the interest of national economy and security considerations, AON hereby wishes to notify the general public that the earlier announced shutdown of operations on May 9, 2022 is hereby suspended in good fate pending the outcome of hopefully fruitful engagement with government,” the AON President said.

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