Showing posts from August, 2016

List of Domestic Destinations Aero Contractors Services

With the announcement that the airline will commence indefinite flight suspension from September 1, 2016, customers will have to choose another airline. Aero Contractors operates from her hub in Lagos to the following domestic destinations. Abuja  |  Accra  |  Asaba  |  Benin-City  |  Calabar  |  Enugu  |  Kaduna  |  Kano  |  Lagos  |  Owerri  |  Port-Harcourt (Air force Base)  |  Port-Harcourt (Port Harcourt International Airport)  |  Sokoto  |  Uyo  |  Warri

Nigeria’s Foremost Domestic Airline; Aero Contractors Suspends Operations Indefinitely

The Nigerian economy is biting hard on individual s and businesses. Many businesses are struggling and airlines are the worst hit as every aspect of airlines business is dollar-driven. Now Aero Contractors Airline which used to be the pride of the aviation sector in Nigeria can no longer sustain scheduled flight operations! From tomorrow, September 1, 2016 Aero…. the reliable way to fly will go off the radar indefinitely. Members of staff have also been sent on compulsory leave of absence pending when the airline is able to resume flight services. This is shocking but it is the reality as announced by the Chief Executive Officer of the airline; Capt. Fola Akinkuotu. A statement from Akinkuotu says Aero will suspend scheduled flight services from September 1 to re-strategize and re-position the airline to profitability. The statement by Capt. Akinkuotu reads “The impact of the external environment has been very harsh on our operational performance, hence managemen

Nigeria’s Aviation News Headlines for Tuesday August 30, 2016

I am happy you are here! Nigeria’s Aviation is still developing and Domestic Airlines which are owned and run by private individuals are trying their best in these trying times. Hopefully the Nigerian Government will come up with policies that will make the Aviation sector thrive. Find today’s headlines below and follow the link to read the stories in full. Again, Aviation Fuel Shortage Grounds Domestic Flights   Super Eagles and Watford Football Club of England forward, Odion Ighalo, was one of the passengers stranded in Lagos yesterday as perennial fuel scarcity again bit harder nationwide. Ighalo others in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt waited several hours in airport terminals as airline operators struggle to get aviation fuel to power scheduled flights. Arik Air's Boeing 737-800NG Photo credit:   The Guardian gathered that the limited available supply had gone to about N250 per litre with marketers demanding for money be