We Will Ensure Aero Retains Market Share —Capt. Sanusi

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Capt.Ado SanusiThe Managing Director of Aero Contractor, Capt. Ado Sanusi has said that the intention of the management of Aero is to return the new improved airline to its rightful position and also maintain its payoff as the safest way to fly.

This is just as he assured customers and stakeholders that the management will ensure that the oldest airline in the country controls the majority of the market share.

The airline come December 5, 2022, will restart its operations with 6 aircraft in 10 destinations, which include: Warri, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Benin, Yola, Sokoto, Kano, Asaba and Calabar

He said these while speaking at the re-launch of Aero Contractors today at its corporate office at the Murtala Muhammed Airport(MMA), Lagos.

Sanusi said that Aero Contractors’ new improved and re-launched carrier will give customers a new and quality experience, adding that the airline cannot afford to disappoint.

On what the airline will do differently, as it begins operations on December 5, 2022., Sanusi said that the airline had studied what it had done in the past and that the airline has realized its mistakes,

He said that the management of the airline is determined not to allow what happened in the past that took the airline to where it was presented to happen again.

Aero, he said has three strategic business units which include: MRO, fixed/rotary wing and training unit.

All the other units, he pointed out will support the airline to make it function optimally.

He also stated that the airline is going to expand the Maintain, Repair and Overhaul(MRO)business unit.

Speaking on why Aero Contractors is relaunching its operations when the factors that made it suspends operations voluntarily on July 20, 2022, are still very much there, the Aero Managing Director said that things have changed between then and now, adding that the suspension of the airline’s operations enable the carrier to restructure, re-strategize, reposition and relaunch with full force.

He commended the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority(NCAA) for approving Aero to resume flight operations, the staff for keeping faith with the airline and its management and its customers for their continued loyalty to the brand Aero Contractors.

Also speaking, the Chairman Technical Advisory Committee to Aero Contractors and former Director General, NCAA, Engr. Harold Demuren urged the workers to work with the management to return the airline to its leading and enviable position.

He stated that one thing going for the airline is that it has not been involved in any accident since it commenced its operations in 1959, urging the management and staff to keep it up.

The former NCAA DG said that what Aero is passing through is just a phase, adding that the airline will pass over it.

Demuren said that the biggest asset of any company is the people they have, adding that the staff of the airline have shown commitment and resolve to work with the carrier.

He prayed to God not to allow Aero to fail and that airline will definitely stabilize.

Present at the occasion to pray for the success of the airline is the Bishop, Diocese of Lagos West, Archbishop of Vining Memorial Church Cathedral Rt. Rev. James Odedeji, the Chief of Imam of Adangba Central Mosque, Idimu, Sheik Abdulrahman Sulaiman Adangba and Dean of the Cathedral, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral Ven. Ebenezer Adewole.

 


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