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Bristow Nigeria adds maiden ERJ-145

Posted 24 April 2017 · Add Comment

Bristow Helicopters Nigeria has added a maiden ERJ-145 to its fixed-wing fleet, reports ch-aviation.

Though specialising in helicopter services, Bristow Nigeria also operates shuttle flights between Lagos and Port Harcourt City for a clientele base that includes oil & gas, logistics, shipping, and infrastructure development companies, as well as groups booking private VIP charter flights.

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