Update: Nigeria Air To Start Recruitment, Acquires 30 737maxs, 787 Aircraft for local and Int'l Flights to UK, US, and Dubai with N750 Trillion Revenue Projection

Updated news Nigeria Airway To Start Recruitments, Acquires 30 737maxs, 787 Aircrafts for local and Int
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The much-talked-about Nigerian airline may be ready for operations, any time soon. This is the Projection of an official document that was made available to the public recently by the media department of the Nigerian Airline.

Recall that the Nigerian airline was launched recently though with mixed reactions generated from the public as people felt disapproved of what they have seen as disorderliness in the unveiling processes. However, the situation might have changed if the document released by the Airline management is anything to bank on.

In the document which was titled "Nigeria Air: The Journey So Far”, Nigeria airline made it known that it is ready for business and everything is set to make history in the National Aviation sector. Nigeria Airline stated that hundreds of job opportunities are in the pipeline for the citizens, with a promise to kick start recruitment anytime soon.

A Revenue Projection of One Billion Dollars (about 750 Trillion Naira) was projected by the Airline management in years. The Management of the airline revealed that the Nigeria Airline will operate with 30 737maxs and 787 Aircraft which will be available for both local and international flights.

When fully kick-started, Nigeria Airline will fly local and international flights to New York, London, Dubai, China, and many other destinations, the document revealed.

Some of the cogent excerpts from the released documents read in parts:

"The project was properly advertised in local and international publications and some of the members of AON participated in the RFP process but did not submit a bid. The procurement process was in line with ICRC’s guidelines for Public Private Partnership in Nigeria”

”The aim of establishing a national carrier is to improve service delivery and promote competition that will offer the best value to Nigerian air travelers, promote national image and prestige, as well as engender multiplier effects on the economy. Nigeria Air has been structured based on the results of the various analyses conducted and in line with extant international laws with respect to the composition of a flag bearer. The project was properly advertised in local and international publications and some of the members of AON participated in the RFP process but did not submit a bid. The procurement process was in line with ICRC’s guidelines for Public-Private Partnerships in Nigeria.

“Nigeria Air is for Nigerians and other passengers. We must all come together and protect it alongside other airlines. It is a source of national pride for all of us that we can now do what other countries such as Ethiopia, South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda etc have done over the years, which is to fly their country’s flag to major international destinations, offering Nigerians and other passengers cheaper and reliable flights.

“Ethiopian Airlines has 77 years of successful global airline experience. They are by far the largest carrier in Africa and are amongst the 30 largest airlines in the world. They grossed $6 billion in revenue, and almost $1 billion in profits in 2022, and have over 140 modern aircraft in their fleet. Ethiopian Airlines has serviced Nigerian passengers uninterrupted since the country’s independence.

“Nigeria Air at commencement of operations will operate both domestic and international routes with modern Boeing 737 Max and 787 aircraft, thus giving Nigerians and other passengers the best in terms of quality service and on-time departures. Nigeria Air will not only meet international standards, but will provide a competitive alternative to international passengers, and also domestic passengers that have had to contend with poor quality service, incessant delays, and cancellations of booked flights over the years.

“When fully operational, Nigeria Air will have in its fleet over 30 modern aircraft consisting of Boeing 737 MAXs for regional and local flights and 787 Dreamliner wide-bodies for long haul international flights to New York, London, Dubai, China, and many other destinations. An aviation academy will be set up in Abuja, Nigeria, and there will be hundreds of well-paying job opportunities for Nigerians including pilots, cabin crew, engineers, technicians, and many other staff. A modern Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul facility will be established in Abuja. Revenue projections for Nigeria Air within 5 years is over US$1.0 billion.”

Category: World-News
Tag: Updated news Nigeria Airway To Start Recruitments Acquires 30 737maxs 787 Aircrafts for local and Intl Flights to UK US Dubai with N750 Trillion Revenue Projection
Written by Omooba Alekuwodo (omoobaalekuwodo)
Published 6/9/2023 8:44:47 AM

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