Aero Contractors rebounds, marks 60th anniversary
Aero Contractors airlines, yesterday, commemorated its 60th anniversary with signs of a rebound in operations and fortunes.The oldest surviving airlines in Nigeria reeled out new positives in commercial flight services...
Imperatives of homegrown MRO to save local airlines
Deregulation of the local air travel industry in the 1980s opened a new chapter in Nigerian aviation business, and most notable is the birth of the free entry and exit for all-comers...
MMA2 continues operations as FAAN shelves threat to withdraw services
The Management of the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2 (MMA2), Lagos on Monday continued flight operations following the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria...
Aero Contractors expands fleet, operations
Aviation scheduled business is yet again beginning to look up for Aero Contractors airlines with the delivery of more aircraft into its fleet and expansion of route.The oldest airline in the country will, beginning from this week, increase frequencies to Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Sokoto, Asaba and Kano.
FG, AMCON undecided over Arik, Aero Contractors airlines
The Federal Government is at the crossroads in deciding what to do with the duo of Arik Air, and Aero Contractors that are currently being managed by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).
AMCON to sell its shares in Aero Contractors
Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has confirmed plans to sell its shares in Aero Contractors airlines.
Aero Contractors begins local C-check services
Survival quest of local airlines in Nigeria received a boost yesterday as Aero Contractors’ Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) flagged off C-check services of aircraft locally.
NAAPE to ground operations over sack of 600 Aero Contractors’ workers
The pilots and engineers, under the aegis of National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE), said the strike is a protest against the sack of about 600 workers without any benefit.