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Aero Contractors unveils new uniform accessories, opens more routes

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Aero Contractors, one of Nigeria’s top airlines has unveiled new uniform accessories ands opened new routes in a bid to provide better service to its customers.

Speaking during the unveiling at the Murtala Muhammed Airport terminal 2, Lagos, Kudirat Bello, the cabin service executive, Aero Contractors, she said the event was to promote and elevate Aero brand for a better service and seamless safe service delivery to its passengers.

“We are using this medium to tell the public that we are back and we are back for good. We are in business. We changed the uniform accessories such as the tie and scarf just to enhance the beauty of our uniform. We are telling our passengers to expect us in a big way. We have increased our fleet. Our service delivery will be impeccable this time around; we are going to improve on it,” Bello added.

Also speaking during the event, Ado Sanusi, the managing director, Aero Contractors, said the airline is starting new routes and reinstating those routes that it suspended.

Sanusi said, “When I joined, we were doing eight flights a day, we were servicing only Abuja and Port Harcourt. In the past 24 months, we have increased to more than 30 flights daily. We were carrying close to 8,000 passengers a month, now we are doing almost 33,000 passengers every month.

“We have included Kano to our routes.  We introduced more frequencies into Abuja. We now operate Abuja-Asaba, Warri, Uyo and we are in the process of introducing Yola. We will operate Lagos-Yola, Abuja-Yola, Yola-Abuja and Yola-Lagos. This will open more routes for our passengers. Sokoto bound passengers going to Yola can come and join our Yola flight and those from Asaba can join our Yola flight.

“We are opening up Nigeria for our esteem passengers. We believe that by the end of first half of this year, we should have opened new routes in the Eastern part of the county. We are looking at Owerri and Enugu and it will come very soon. Uyo was there before, so we are reinstating it.”

Speaking on its fleet expansion, he recalled that the airline started with one aircraft in the beginning of 2017 but has increased to four, adding that it intends to bring more airplanes.

“Our aim is to have a 15-aircraft airline. What we have done today is to tell passengers that we are back and we pride ourselves on safety and reliability, which is the best way to fly in Aero,” he said.


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