Tweets by @https://twitter.com/aircharternig
Ultimate Social Widgets



Private Helicopter Charter in Nigeria

We offer a wide range of modern helicopters for most offshore locations, business meetings and sporting or social events. Why not take a helicopter for a business meeting, to beat Lagos Traffic or to travel to remote areas such as oil fields and offshore locations using our professional helicopter services.

Specially arranged landing sites can often be organized close to your departure and destination. Helicopters offer simple boarding procedures and speedy straight-line flights. They can be used for single trips or on multiple flights for two or three meetings or events around the country.

Helicopter transfer services are available to and from most major airports in Nigeria, so whether you’re flying on a private jet or commercial into Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu or even Kano, we can pick you up and fly you on to your final destination.

Whatever your requirement, relax in the knowledge that there’s always one of our personal Account Managers on hand to help you plan every last detail.

Contact us if you need us to arrange a helicopter Charter for you with full details.



Know Our Routes

 

 

 

 

Click to know our Popular Routes

PH-Abuja

PH-Lagos

PH-Kano

Lagos-Abuja

PH-Lagos

Read More


Nigeria Aviation News

  • FG lifts ban on Kaduna-Abuja helicopter shuttle

    FG lifts ban on Kaduna-Abuja helicopter shuttle
    The Federal Government has lifted the ban on commercial helicopters shuttling between Abuja and Kaduna.

    Babagana Monguno, the national security adviser (NSA), had directed regulatory agencies not to allow commercial helicopters to use the Abuja airspace.

    He stated that only flights with permission from the presidency should be allowed.

    Monguno advised passengers using the Kaduna Airport, to travel either by road or rail.

    But on Wednesday, the Minister of State for Aviation, Haidi Sirika, announced that the ban had been lifted.

  • Read in detail Aviation News from Nigeria

 



Go to top