Operators adopt smaller airplanes for survival | The Guardian Nigeria News
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Operators adopt smaller airplanes for survival | The Guardian Nigeria News

Chairman, Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL)Dr. Wale Babalakin (left);(Operators of Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos Terminal 2, MMA2) and some Senior Management Staff of the company on tour of the Terminal as part of upgrading of facilities.

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Local airline operators, startups inclusive, are fast embracing smaller and medium-range aircraft in a manner that will upset the dynamics of domestic air travel.

In contrast to the popular 120-plus Boeing737-seater airplanes, smaller 50-seaters are fast becoming regulars at airport aprons nationwide.

Though the latter rarely compare with the Boeing series in terms of comfort and affordability, they…

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