AirlinesGreen Africa Airways to operate from Thursday after receiving certificate 

Green Africa Airways to operate from Thursday after receiving certificate 

The airline received the certificate from  the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority on Monday.With this, the airline is expected to start its operations beginning Thursday.

The airline has two scheduled flights for Thursday — 14:40 and 21:20.

Green Africa Airways currently operates a fleet of 3 ATR72-600 aircraft leased from ACIA aero with ambitions to expand the fleet to 15 ATRs

Green Africa would be able to commence operations in accordance with its initial route network unveiled earlier in June.

The network focuses on its Lagos base and comprises six domestic destinations.

They include; Abuja, Port Harcourt, Akure, Ilorin, Enugu and Owerri.

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CEO Babawande Afolabi said this was a watershed moment in the airlines’s journey to use the power of air travel to create a better future.

“Thanks to the NCAA, the Gteam, our investors, and other stakeholders, Green Africa is now set to start serving customers,” Afolabi said.

NCAA director general Musa Nuhu said they are impressed with Green Africa’s effort and commitment to safely connect many more people across the country.

“We look forward to the positive contribution that the new airline will bring to the Nigerian aviation industry.” Nuhu said.

The airline suspended ticket bookings in June this year due to the delays posed by the Aviation in issuing the certificate for it’s inaugural flights.

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