Aero, Nigeria’s leading regional airline, has announced the resumption of services to NAF Base Port Harcourt and Osubi Warri. While NAF base will commence on the 3rd of February, Osubi Warri will commence on the 10th of February, 2014.
The flight which will be operated with the modern Dash 8 Q400 aircraft will depart Lagos at 7:30am to arrive Port Harcourt NAF Base at 08:50am and thereafter leave Port Harcourt NAF Base at 09:20am to arrive Lagos at 10:40am. The evening flight will depart Lagos at 04:00pm, to get into Port Harcourt NAF Base at 05.20pm and leave Port Harcourt NAF Base for Lagos at 05:50pm to arrive Lagos at 07.10pm.
Osubi airport twice daily flight will also depart Lagos for Warri at 08:00am to arrive in Warri at 09:10am while Warri to Lagos flight departs at 09:40am and arrives 10:50am. The afternoon flight will depart Lagos at 03:00pm, to arrive in Osubi airport, Warri at 04.10pm and depart Osubi airport for Lagos at 04:40pm to arrive Lagos at 05.50pm.
One flight will be operated each day, weekends for the two routes.
The airline is the foremost domestic carrier in Nigeria to pioneer online booking and payment, SMS booking with mobile phone payments, online check in, and automated customer care centre thus making travel easier for the customers.
At the moment, Aero operates over 55 flights a day to more than 14 destinations, including Lagos, Abuja, Calabar, Port Harcourt, Owerri, Warri, Sokoto, Kaduna, Benin, Uyo, Kano, Enugu, Accra and Douala with plans to open more routes
Dikko Nwachukwu, the Chief commercial officer of Aero said: "We are excited to announce the resumption of services to the NAF Base in Port Harcourt and Osubi Airport in Warri, which have been our traditional destinations for decades. We look forward to offering high standard of service in a timely and courteous manner to our customers. We believe that our customers will enjoy our services and find our schedule flexible for their business and leisure trips to and from Port Harcourt and Warri.