The Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) on Sunday made a U-turn and cancelled its planned suspension of operations across the country.
This comes barely hours after the association announced that it would be withdrawing its services, starting tomorrow (Monday).
It said the suspension of the decision was in the interest of the national economy and security considerations.
AON President, Abdulmunaf Sarina, announced the suspension on Sunday in a statement jointly signed by six members of the association.
They include Abdulmunaf – Managing Director of Azman Air; Shehu Wada – Executive Director of Max Air; and Obiora Okonkwo – Chairman of United Nigeria Airlines.
Others are Roy Ilegbodu – Chief Executive Officer of Arik Air; Abdullahi Mahmood – Chief Executive Officer of Aero Contractors; and Allen Onyema – Chairman of Air Peace.