Rano Air, a Nigerian airline has shared its excitement over fully starting operations after acquiring four new aircraft worth N4 billion and a license.
The airline which has been preparing for three years has finally been brought to life after all protocols have been duly observed.
They made this announcement as they informed that they have been issued an Air Operator Certificate from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) making the legally ready to start their operations.
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The certificate given to them permits the airline to provide scheduled passenger, charter flight operations, and cargo.
In an official statement released on Facebook, the travel airline urged individuals and travel agents who were interested in working with them to reach out to the marketing team.
Meanwhile, Rano Air is owned by Alhaji Auwalu Abdullahi Rano, a Kano-born business mogul and oil magnate.
According to Daily Trust, the Project Director of the airline, Barr Usman Mohammad Oloje has assured that they will provide excellence, convenience, and quality service to their passengers.
“Rano Air will treat Nigerians like royalty in fulfillment of its desire to create a new and exciting flying experience, as Nigerians will in no distant future be able to fly directly without a stopover from Kano, Abuja and Lagos to all the viable airports in Nigeria in comfort and on schedule,” Oloje said.
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Rejected flight attendant starts her own airline company
Meanwhile, a lady started her own airline company, after being rejected for a flight attendant position by another airline company.
Sibongile Sambo, a South African woman, was rejected for the position of a flight attendant because she did not meet the minimum height requirement for the position.
Inspired by the rejection, the 42-year-old woman decided to become her own boss. Instead of giving up her dream of flying, she founded her own airline company, SRS Aviation.