Arik Air West Africa Service Changes from Feb/Mar 2016

Nigerian carrier Arik Air is adjusting operations in West Africa, which will commence in late-February 2016 and mid-March 2016. Planned changes as follow.

Dakar effective 22FEB16
Lagos – Abidjan – Dakar 4 weekly service, replacing 3 weekly Lagos – Banjul – Dakar
Lagos – Accra – Dakar remains unchanged at 3 weekly
Overall service to Dakar increases from 6 to 7 weekly as a result, operated by 737-700

W3394 LOS2045 – 2115ABJ2200 – 0055+1DKR 73G x246
W3395 DKR0345 – 0640ABJ0730 – 1000LOS 73G x357

W3388 LOS2045 – 2045ACC2130 – 0045+1DKR 73G 246
W3389 DKR0300 – 0615ACC0700 – 0900LOS 73G 357

effective 22FEB16, overall service to Banjul increases from 3 to 4 weekly, operational routing changes to Lagos – Banjul – Accra – Lagos
W3310 LOS2045 – 2315BJL 73G x246
W3311 BJL0325 – 0630ACC0730 – 0930LOS 73G x357

effective 14MAR16, further routing change to Lagos – Accra – Banjul vv. As a result of routing change, Accra overall frequency increases from 17 to 21 weekly
W3310 LOS2045 – 2045ACC2130 – 0035+1BJL 73G x246
W3311 BJL0325 – 0630ACC0730 – 0930LOS 73G x357

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