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Aero resumes flight operations to Benin City from tomorrow

AERO Contractors has announced its resumption of flight operations to Benin City, the Edo State capital on September 16, 2019 (Tomorrow).

Aero, in a statement signed by the Managing Director of the airline, Capt. Ado Sanusi stated that the it would operate into Benin City four times a week; Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday stating that operating flights into the ancient city Benin is another boost for the airline, known for safe, efficient and satisfactory services.

Captain Sanusi stated that the airline’s Boeing 737-500 aircraft would be used for the operations by nation’s oldest carrier known for efficiency, its goodwill and safety record.

According to him, Aero decided to resume flights to Benin in order to satisfy the yearnings of the people to have a reliable carrier.

He explained that for weekdays, the flight will depart Lagos to Benin City at 16:55 pm and out of Benin City to Lagos at 18:15pm, while on Sundays, it will depart Lagos to Benin City at 12:40 pm and out of Benin City to Lagos at 14:00pm.

The Aero CEO also noted that the airline intends to increase its flight frequencies to daily in the not too distant future.

“We are pleased to announce that Aero will expand its route network to Benin City on Monday, September 16,2019, the home of the Oba of Benin, Omo N’Oba N’ Edo, Ewuare II to further increase the airline’s route. We are also resuming these operations to give people from the state opportunity to make Aero their preferred choice of the airlines operating into the city.”

“Resuming operations on the Benin route will reinforce the strength and quality of our brand. We will continue to offer the most reliable, safe and secure operations, which the airline is renowned for,” Sanusi said.

The airline, which is repositioning its scheduled and fixed wing operations, is poised to offer the best flight service to travellers to the ancient kingdom.

Aero is the first in Nigeria and West African aviation industry to operate a maintenance facility, which conducts C- Checks on both local and international airplanes,

 

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