Arik Air is set to increase its frequency on the Lagos-Monrovia route from three weekly to four weekly flights effective Sunday.
The airline said the additional flight will be operated on Sunday to add to the existing Monday, Wednesday and Friday operations.
The flight will also operate via Accra, Ghana as of the former schedule.
According to the management of Arik, the outbound flight departs Lagos at 7:20 am (local time) and arrives in Accra at 7:20 am (local time). The flight thereafter departs Accra at 8:05 am and arrives in Monrovia at 10:05am (local time). The inbound flight departs Monrovia at 10:50 am and arrives in Accra at 12:50 pm (local time). The flight then leaves Accra at 1:35pm to arrive in Lagos at 3:35pm (local time).
Arik Air inaugurated the Lagos-Monrovia service on August 12, 2010 with twice a week flight service. This was later increased to four weekly before the suspension of flights to Monrovia due to the Ebola outbreak in July 2014.
Arik Air resumed flight services to Monrovia on October 5, 2015 with three weekly flights.

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