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Aero Contractors assign new chief executive

Posted 25 February 2016 · Add Comment

Aero Contractors has names Adeniyi Adegbonmire as its new chief executive, as it continues to restructure.

Adegbonmire is the former director general of the Nigerian civil aviation authority, and will be taking over immediately from Tunde Fagbemi.
 
Prior to this position, Adegbonmire was a part of the executive team that established Arik Airlines, and was a technical pilot and training manager for Virgin Nigeria and eventually became executive director of international operations at Air Nigeria.
 
The restructuring of the company follows the management takeover of Aero Contractors by Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria.  
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