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General AviationNAHCO signs United Airlines & renews others

NAHCO signs United Airlines & renews others

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Nigerian Aviation Handling Company, (NAHCO) has clinched the handling contract for United Airlines for the next three years. NAHCO is Nigeria’s foremost leading ground handling service provider.

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The American airline, having voluntarily exited Nigeria since 2016, is making a return in November, with NAHCO as its preferred partner, providing passenger and ground handling services.

NAHCO also signed a five-year contract with Qatar Airways in Abuja and renewed the Lagos contract for another five years

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According to NAHCO’s Group Executive Director, Business Development and Commercial, Prince Saheed Lasisi, who expressed excitement on the feat while making the announcement, described it as a boost for the industry. “NAHCO is excited to be the chosen one, we welcome United Airlines back to our airspace, and we are ever ready to provide the airline quality handling at all times, as being currently provided to our numerous client airlines.

“With the new contracts, which will run for five years and coupled with the additional frequencies of Qatar flights to Nigeria and Ghana, we are glad to go even further to provide the top -notch services for which we are known and have offered the airline for the past nine years,” he said.

The newly renewed contracts cover all service areas, as it will see NAHCO provides passenger, cargo, and ground handling services to Qatar Airways. It also includes the provision of crew transportation and other services to the respected airliner.

Also, NAHCO has renewed its contracts with Egypt Air and Royal Air Maroc for another three years. The new signings and renewals signal NAHCO’s commitment to service excellence and reaffirm its leadership position in the nation’s ground handling business.

NAHCO Plc is a Nigerian diversified enterprise with interests in aviation cargo, aircraft handling, passenger facilitation, crew transportation and aviation training. In 2005, the company was privatised and listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in 2006. It is now owned by over 80, 000 shareholders, as well as local and institutional investors.

Joan Kifuko
Joan Kifuko is a communications enthusiast that is currently working as a writer at The Aviator magazine where you find your aviation news in one place. She is a journalist that has previously worked as a sales associate, guest relations officer, brand ambassador hence, the love for new adventures and roles. Joan graduated with a Bachelors degree of science in journalism.
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