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Founder and Chief Executive Officer – Babawande Afolabi, with Gbolade Okeowo from Kuramo Capital flanked by President and Chief Operating Officer – Neil Mills, at the foot of 5N-GAA after the aircraft's arrival at Murtala Muhammed International Airport

Green Africa Airways takes delivery of second ATR72-600 aircraft

AT 5:40pm May 14, 2021, Green Africa Airways aircraft; another ATR 72-600 with registration ZS’ESS/5N-GAA touched down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport bringing the aircraft delivered for start of operations to two. READ Also: Green Africa takes delivery of first of three ATR72 aircraft set to round off certification process

Green Africa had last month  April 23, taken delivery of the first of its three aircraft slated for scheduled operations once it scaled the its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) acquisition process

The aircraft currently leased from ACIA Aero Leasing touched down at the MMIA from South Africa meaning that it awaits the third aircraft after two aircraft (5N-GAE and 5N-GAA) have been delivered.

The airline recently announced seven (7) initial route networks with direct connections from the commercial hub of Lagos (LOS) into Akure (AKR), Ilorin (ILR), Abuja (ABV), Enugu (ENU), Owerri (QOW) and Port Harcourt (PHC) ahead of entry into service and its Lagos operational base at the General Aviation Terminal (GAT) . READ Also: Green Africa announces seven operational routes as it sets to launch service

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