Aero is a state owned airline that has passenger services in Nigeria and also, western Africa, but it didn’t start out that way. The company was initially owned by Schreiner Airways B.V. of the Netherlands. As an answer to the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decree of 1977, Nigeria owned 60% of Aero. In 2004 CHC Helicopter bought out Schreiner Airways and then in 2010, CHC was sold to the Ibru family. There was a period of unrest that left the airline grounded in 2013 and that led to a ﬁnancial intervention by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
FlyAero has a ﬂeet of 16 aircraft, which is made up of 1 Boeing 737-400, 2 Boeing 737-500, 1 De Havilland Dash 8-Q200, 1 De Havilland Dash 8-Q300 and 2 De Havilland Dash 8-Q400.
With lots of leg room, in-ﬂight services and entertainment and a variety of freshly prepared meals, FlyAero is all about making sure passengers are comfortable during their ﬂight.
Adults are limited to 20kg of luggage in both Business Class and Economy Class. That includes 1 piece of hand luggage that is no bigger than 6kg or 45cm x 33cm x 20cm. Excess baggage is charged an additional per kilo fee.
Special Meals/Attention/Unaccompanied Minors
Whether you are ill, frail or require a special meal for the ﬂight, FlyAero will do their best to help make your journey as comfortable as possible. All you need to do is let them know about your needs ahead of time so that they can make the necessary arrangements.
You can make a FlyAero ﬂight booking to these Nigerian and western African destinations:
It’s always best to arrive at least 2 hours before your ﬂight is scheduled to depart. FlyAero will require your ID or passport, so make sure to pack those for your trip.
Once you’ve made your Aero online booking here on Flightbookings.ng, the airline has a great website that allows you to book and reschedule ﬂights, view ﬂight schedules and even check in.
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