Aero’s B 737-500 set to return from C—check as 2nd aircraft rolls out from maintenance facility

Aero Contractors Boeing 737-500, taken out for C—checks about a year is set return to the country this weekend. Similarly, arrangement have also been concluded for the roll out of another aircraft, a B737-400 with the registration number 5N-BOC from the maintenance facility of the airline in the next two weeks. It was gathered that the airline had paid about 30 staff declared redundant in late 2017 about N70m  their outstanding salaries and severance packages in the last one month. According to a source, the B737-500 aircraft, which was taken…

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Capt Wada tasks aviation stakeholders on frequent collapse of domestic airlines  

The former governor of Kogi state, Capt Idris Wada has tasked aviation stakeholders to find solution to the frequent collapse of domestic airlines in the country in order to ensure their survival in business. Speaking at the dinner and awards to unveil the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers’ NAAPE compendium of 50 outstanding pilots  and engineers in Lagos Capt. Wada said the life spam of any domestic airline was too short in the country. He noted that domestic airlines hardly last for more than a decade, stressing that…

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MRO is the lifeline of Aero – Capt. Ado Sanusi

Picturee Caption: From left: Mrs Rita Ikechi-Uko, Akwaaba Travel Market,  Frank Apeasyei, Special Adviser to the Hon. Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ghana, Zimbabwean Ambassador to Ghana, Mrs. Pavelyn Tenclai Musaka, Managing Director, Aero Contractors Limited, Capt. Ado Sanusi receiving his Balafon Award for Aviation Man of the Year (West Africa) at the 4th Accra Weizo Tourism and Travel Conference in Ghana at the weekend. “National Carrier: We must learn from our past mistakes – Capt Ado Sanusi” “Aero to become a formidable name in Africa for MRO” Captain…

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