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Nigeria's JetWest Airways looks to tap in to budget flights

Posted 12 April 2017 · Add Comment

JetWest Airways is a Nigerian start-up planning to offer budget flights across Nigeria as well as West and Central Africa as a whole using A320-200 aircraft.

Ch-aviation has reported that according to the start-up's prospectus, with funding in hand, it aims to operate a fleet of forty jets within the first five years of operations covering the West African region primarily.

The project is headed by Dikko Nwachukwu, the former chief commercial officer of Aero Contractors.

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