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Commercial Air Charter

Larger groups can enjoy the lavishness of a full-sized airliner with the privacy of a private jet charter. Many corporate airliners offer comfort and facilities superior to first class travel on the top-end scheduled airlines. It’s no wonder that jet charters are so popular for product launches, corporate incentives, conferences and hospitality trips.
Group Travel..

We have clients who charter commercially such as sports teams,political entourage,company executives etc

Many VIP/corporate airliners offer comfort and facilities that are often far superior to those of first class travel. It’s no wonder that these aircraft are so popular for use in product launches, conferences, music and orchestral tours, sports teams, supporters, crew and personnel movements.

Chartering these types of aircraft for groups provides the perfect way to have your group traveling all together. Use off-site check-in facilities, with dedicated check-in desks, fly directly to your destination, depart when you want and to your schedule.

We cater for groups of any size, choose your catering and personalize the aircraft, whether it’s branded headrests, napkins, coasters or the complete personalization service.

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

For More information on the various types of VIP/Commercial aircraft that we provide for charter Contact Us.

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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.

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