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Green Africa Airways set to begin AOC drive

Posted 20 March 2017 · Add Comment

Nigeria's Green Africa Airways is set to pursue its Air Operator's Certificate with the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, reports ch-aviation.

The airline's founder and CEO, Babawande Afolabi, said: “The need for a quality airline that will better connect people and resources in Nigeria and further open up the West African seaboard is unequivocally clear. That said, we’ve always thought that building Green Africa Airways is going to be a classic case of an enduring house painstakingly built one brick at a time.”

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