The aviation industry promises to be exciting, as three airlines have shown commitment to begin service, amid the COVID-19 crisis that has seriously affected the sector.
The airlines are Nigeria Green Africa; an airline that promises to reshape the nation’s aviation’s aviation industry with its state-of-the art aircraft. Others are United Nigeria Airline and Nigerian Eagle.
They are set to commence full commercial operation soon. Green Africa owned by Babawande Afolabi, is now completing the process of acquiring the Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC), which will be issued by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), a required step before any airline can start flying passengers.
Green Africa’s leadership team includes two well-experienced leaders in the global aviation industry; Neil Mills – President and Chief Operating Officer and Kiran Koteshwar – Chief Financial Officer…
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