Aero to Expand Ownership as Its MRO Attracts Investors. Thisday Online
Nigeria’s foremost airline, Aero Contractors, has concluded plans to sell part of its stakes to core investors in its bid to attract more money to fund its aircraft acquisition and boost its maintenance facility.
THISDAY learnt that the airline’s Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facility has opened a new source of huge revenue which is now attracting investors who wish to buy into the company, eyeing the profitability of its maintenance session.
The Chief Executive Officer of Aero Contractors, Captain Ado Sanusi, who confirmed the development at the weekend, said the company shortlisted 90 interested investors, reviewed their quest and narrowed it down to six and at the end would have the preferred bidder, second preferred bidder and the standby bidder. Read more
Medview to Provide Visa to Its Dubai-bound Passengers. Thisday Online
Nigeria’s rising carrier, Medview Airline, which would debut its Lagos-Dubai route on Thursday has promised to assist passengers travelling to that destination with visa.
The airline said it has concluded all arrangements for December 7, 2017 inaugural flight to Dubai from Lagos via Abuja
The airline CEO, Alhaji Muneer Bankole at the weekend commended the Federal Ministry of Aviation, government parastatals, travel agencies and passengers who have keyed into the airline inaugural flight and assured that the carrier was committed to a dedicated service on the route. Read more