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Overland canvasses regional aviation development

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The Chief Operating Officer, Overland Airways, Mrs Aanu Benson, has said there is a need for various governments and stakeholders in West Africa to develop aviation in the region.

Benson made this known while announcing the commencement of the airline’s flight services from Lagos to Cotonou, Republic of Benin and Lome, Togo, from August 12, 2018.

She stated that one of the most important missing factors in ensuring sustainable economic transformation in West Africa was smooth interconnectivity.

She said, “Over the coming years, Overland Airways will facilitate a new environment for business, leisure travellers, families, students, and more essentially bolster that bonding amongst the people and groups in the region. There is a need to reinforce unity and prosperity at the regional level.

“Overland Airways operations to Cotonou and Lome are to offer choices to customers as our contribution to regional integration in West Africa. We want air travellers in the region to team up and discover each other while enjoying the excellent services we offer. It is an expression of Nigeria’s aviation renaissance in West Africa.”

According to Benson, the Lagos-Cotonou-Lome flights will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

She added that the commencement of regional scheduled flights marked the beginning of Overland Airways’ drive to participate actively in regional socio-economic activities and integration.

“West Africa is our territory and 12th August marks the beginning of domestic West Africa operations. Overland Airways in 2017 marked the 15th anniversary of its dedicated flight services in Nigeria. The airline began operations in 2002, and to-date is the most consistent, longest-serving Nigerian airline providing excellent uninterrupted scheduled flight services in Nigeria,” she said.

Benson said the airline was committed to serving the economy and the customer and would continue to improve on its offerings.

“We invite our customers to enjoy our premium services as we expand into the region to enable our current and new customers to enjoy the Overland Airways experience in the region,” she added.

The Chief Operating Officer, Overland Airways, Mrs Aanu Benson, has said there is a need for various governments and stakeholders in West Africa to develop aviation in the region.

Benson made this known while announcing the commencement of the airline’s flight services from Lagos to Cotonou, Republic of Benin and Lome, Togo, from August 12, 2018.

She stated that one of the most important missing factors in ensuring sustainable economic transformation in West Africa was smooth interconnectivity.

She said, “Over the coming years, Overland Airways will facilitate a new environment for business, leisure travellers, families, students, and more essentially bolster that bonding amongst the people and groups in the region. There is a need to reinforce unity and prosperity at the regional level.

“Overland Airways operations to Cotonou and Lome are to offer choices to customers as our contribution to regional integration in West Africa. We want air travellers in the region to team up and discover each other while enjoying the excellent services we offer. It is an expression of Nigeria’s aviation renaissance in West Africa.”

According to Benson, the Lagos-Cotonou-Lome flights will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

She added that the commencement of regional scheduled flights marked the beginning of Overland Airways’ drive to participate actively in regional socio-economic activities and integration.

“West Africa is our territory and 12th August marks the beginning of domestic West Africa operations. Overland Airways in 2017 marked the 15th anniversary of its dedicated flight services in Nigeria. The airline began operations in 2002, and to-date is the most consistent, longest-serving Nigerian airline providing excellent uninterrupted scheduled flight services in Nigeria,” she said.

Benson said the airline was committed to serving the economy and the customer and would continue to improve on its offerings.

“We invite our customers to enjoy our premium services as we expand into the region to enable our current and new customers to enjoy the Overland Airways experience in the region,” she added.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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