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Airline operators suspend deliberate shutdown

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By YUNUS YUSUF

LAGOS – Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) has called off its deliberate withdrawal of products and services over sizable upward thrust in aviation gas.

Right here is contained in a press open jointly signed by the operators and made readily available to newsmen in Lagos on Sunday.

The airlines acknowledged they would begin fresh spherical of discussion with authorities with the hope of reaching an amicable and lasting solution.

The commentary read, “Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) desires to expose most americans that extra to a form of calls from the most effective echelons in authorities with promises to urgently intervene within the crises being faced by airlines attributable to the astronomic and constantly rising designate of JET A1.

“That the AON has acceded to requests to withdraw the motion within the meantime whereas we allow for a fresh spherical of discussion with authorities within the hope of reaching an amicable solution.

“Now we comprise also reached this decision with the most effective consideration for our esteemed customers who had been faced with uncertainty over the old couple of days and to allow them to comprise accumulate admission to to plug to their numerous locations within the meantime throughout the duration of discussions with linked authorities.

“In establish a query to of the above and within the pastime of nationwide economy and security concerns, AON hereby desires to say most americans that the earlier launched shutdown of operations on Would possibly 9, 2022 is hereby suspended in ideal fate pending the implications of optimistically fruitful engagement with authorities.”

The News Company of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the commentary became signed by six people of the AON.

This contains Alhaji Shehu Wada, Government Director, Max Air; Dr Obiora Okonkwo, Chairman, United Nigeria Airlines; Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, CEO, Arik Air; Capt. Abdullahi Mahmood, CEO, Aero Contractors; Alhaji Faisal Abdulmunaf, MD, Azman Air and Mr Allen Onyema, Chairman, Air Peace. (NAN)

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