Upcoming Nigerian service, Inexperienced Africa, has introduced the arrival of its first ATR 72-600 plane into Lagos.
The airline stated this was the primary of the three plane at the moment leased from ACIA Aero Leasing.
The service just lately unveiled the supply of two plane (5N-GAE and 5N-GAA) and the third plane (5N-GAD) can also be now fantastically wrapped within the Inexperienced Africa livery in preparation for closing lap of the AOC course of.
The primary plane arrived on the Murtala Mohammed Worldwide airport on April 23, 2021, and current to obtain it have been the extremely elated founder and Chief Government Officer, Babawande Afolabi and President and Chief Working Officer, Neil Mills.
The airline stated the founding crew of the corporate contains the Director of Expertise and Tradition, Princess Likayi; Chief Pilot, Folu Oladipo; Director of Upkeep and Engineering, Nathan Smith; Director of Cabin Providers, Jasmine Dhillon, and Director of Authorized and Regulatory Affairs – Rebecca Bolarinwa.
Others are board member, Gbenga Oyebode and Inexperienced Africa’s anchor institutional investor, Kuramo Capital.
The CEO, Afolabi stated, “This can be a nice day for all of us at Inexperienced Africa and the start of what all of us hope is a brand new period in Nigerian aviation. ACIA Aero Leasing has been a really supportive accomplice and we’re pleased with this new relationship.
“The arrival of our first plane is a precursor to the completion of our AOC course of and really quickly, clients from throughout Nigeria will be capable of make bookings on our web site and take their first flight with Inexperienced Africa.”
Additionally, the Chief Government Officer of ACIA Aero Leasing, Mick Mooney stated: “While the business goes via a interval of great disruption, there are a number of carriers with a strategic roadmap, equivalent to Inexperienced Africa, that need to present efficient options that the present market alternative brings. “We at ACIA are happy to offer Inexperienced Africa with the primary set of plane to launch its business operations, beginning with Nigeria and ultimately, the broader African continent.”