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Bristow Helicopters (Nigeria) to continue its Lagos-Abuja service

Bristow Group
Bristow Group

Bristow Helicopters (Nigeria) will continue to offer its Lagos-Abuja fixed-wing charter service via Minna Airport during the closure of the runway at Abuja Airport. 

Commencing 8 March 2017, Bristow will operate a daily flight from Lagos to Minna utilising an Embraer 135 aircraft with 37 seating capacity. At Minna Airport, Bristow will operate a helicopter shuttle service to and from Abuja airport for its customers.

Bristow Head of Business Development Mayowa Babatunde stated: “After

“After several safety and operational reviews, we are pleased with the state of the runway and conditions of the Minna Airport located in Niger State, North Central Nigeria. We will use Minna to continue the provision of seamless charter air travel to Abuja for corporates and business organisations. We want to assure our clients of a continuous impeccable flight service for which the brand is synonymous.”

From the Minna Airport, the company will provide helicopter shuttle services to the VIP wing of the Abuja International Airport. Two Bristow helicopters, a Sikorsky S-92 and S-76, with the capacity to fly 19 and 12 passengers respectively, will provide shuttle services between Minna Airport and Abuja International Airport.

Bristow introduced fixed-wing charter services to cater for the business traveller across Nigeria in November 2015. Starting with the Lagos – Port Harcourt route and recently expanding the service to include the Lagos – Abuja route, Bristow’s fixed-wing service is further evidence of its commitment to Nigeria and its continuing effort to provide reliable and safe services to its customers.

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