COVID-19: Aero Contractors offers fleet to FG for airlift of relief Items

Aero Contractors has offered its aircraft both fixed wing and helicopters to the federal government for airlift of relief materials, medical equipment and personnel in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.   This was disclosed by the CEO of the company, Captain Ado Sanusi who said that it is the contribution of the airline in support of government’s fight against the virus and treatment of those already infected. Sanusi said that the aircraft would henceforth be at the disposal of the Presidential Task Force for the Control of Coronavirus in…

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Aero Contractors invests N200 million in MRO

The managing director of Aero Contractors, Captain Ado Sanusi has disclosed that the airline has invested N200 million into its Maintenance Repair and Overhaul, MRO facilities over a period of five years. Captain Sanusi who disclosed this today, Monday February 10, during a joint press briefing with its MRO partner, Ramco at Radisson Blu Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, stated that Aero entered into the partnership with Ramco, a software company based in Chennai, India to provide improved digital solutions to its MRO operations. He stated that with the partnership, every aspect…

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Aero resumes flight operations to Benin City

Aero Contractors is set to resume flight operations to Benin City, the Edo State capital on Monday, September 16, 2019. Aero said that operating flights into the ancient city Benin is another boost for the airline, known for safe, efficient and satisfactory services.  A statement issued by the managing director of the airline, Capt. Ado Sanusi stated that the airline would operate into Benin City four times a week; Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Sanusi stated that the airline’s Boeing 737-500 aircraft would be used for the operations by nation’s…

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Acrra weizo: Airlines outline impediments to interlining in West Africa

.. As African airlines agree to interline Airline operators have outlined reasons most of the airlines do not interline in West and Central Africa. This was just as some of the airlines have agreed to give the interlining process a second chance at the just concluded Accra weizo in Ghana. The operators agreed to discuss and to see how to begin the interlining process among African airlines. Speaking at the 4th Accra Weizo which was attended by Africa’s World Airline, AWA, Aero Contractors, Air Peace, Ghana based Smile Airlines and…

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