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TAL to redefine helicopter shuttle service delivery


Capt. Otu E. Ekpenyong (left), COO Tropical Arctic Logistics Limited, Prince Femi Adeniji, President/CEO, Baywood Continental, Emperor Baywood Ibe, Deputy Managing Director, Baywood Continental Limited, Empress Pat Baywood Ibe and F/O Juwon Shodunke, after taking delivery of AW139 helicopter in Lagos.

Tropical Arctic Logistics Limited (TAL), a subsidiary of Baywood Continental Limited, has taken delivery of an AW139 helicopter for its shuttle service in the Oil and Gas sector of the Nigerian economy.

Speaking after taking delivery of the helicopter, President and Chief Executive Officer of Baywood Continental Limited, Emperor Chris Baywood Ibe, said: “The organization is determined to change the dynamics as well as redefine customer service delivery in helicopter shuttle service in the country.

With our track record of success in the oil and gas industry, we are well positioned to fill the yearning gap in the aviation industry, as quality compromise has been the major challenge bedeviling the industry.”


According to him, “TAL’s objective is to bridge the gap in the industry in terms of provision of quality service delivery, safety, professionalism with high degree of customer service delivery.

This helicopter is the first in our fleet to arrive as we hope to take delivery of two more AW139 helicopters, one S92 helicopter and a Gulfstream before the end of the year.”

He noted that the core operations of the company including, the provision of professional solutions in airborne area survey, transportation for oil and gas companies, offshore and onshore logistics support and helicopter charter services will be guided by the principles of integrity, safety and excellent customer service delivery.

Ibe said: “We have 100 per cent local content in our operations except for the technical support from Rose Aviation of Ireland; otherwise, our crews are all Nigerians.

The Nigerian pilots as you can see flew this helicopter all the way from Denmark without issues.

We are confident and strongly believe in the professionalism and ability of Nigerians to achieve success in all facets of human endeavor.”

The Chief Operating Officer, Prince Femi Adeniji was optimistic that TAL would make the difference in the industry, as their ‘safety first’ attitude emphasises on quality, excellent customer service, commitment and professionalism.

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