By ANTHONY AWUNOR, Lagos
In pursuit of its value adding services, the Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited, SAHCOL, a ground handling company of the SIFAX Group of Companies has won three additional airlines to its clientele base. The new clients are Fly Mid Africa, Bristow Helicopter and Hak Air.
Fly Mid Africa is The Gambia’s new national carrier, which has commenced flight services from Banjul, The Gambia capital with onward connections to Dakar, Freetown, Accra and Lagos.
General Manager, Corporate Communications of SAHCOL, Basil Agboarumi while announcing the new contract in an official statement made available to LEADERSHIP yesterday, said that the new addition will see SAHCOL providing total ground handling services: passenger, ramp and cargo handling to Fly Mid Africa’s four times in a week flight operations in and out of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.
For Bristow Helicopters, Agboarumi said the contract is for the handling of its passengers and ramp operations in Abuja. Bristow Helicopters is a provider of industrial aviation services, offering helicopter transportation
Furthermore, SAHCOL shall provide passenger and ramp handling services for Hak Air in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Uyo. Hak Air is a reputable domestic and regional operator, formed to take advantage of a specific gap in the short-haul domestic travel market in Nigeria, and eventually position itself to fill the void of a major carrier within the West African market.
By these contracts, SAHCOL once more has been offered the exclusive privilege of providing fast and expedient ground handling services to Fly Mid Africa, Bristow Helicopters and Hak Air’s operations in Nigeria.
Progressively, SAHCOL has successfully established a very strong market presence in the domestic and international aviation industry, with an unrivaled delivery of exceptional passenger, ramp and cargo/warehousing services.
SAHCOL therefore, continues to be a reference point where the efficacy of a successful flight is born, having over the years implemented structures/ procedures in line with international best practices, leading to expedient and speedy delivery of Aviation Ground Handling services to the delight of all its current and prospective customers.
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