The Nigeria Federal Government unveiled the branding and livery for the new Nigeria carrier Nigeria Air, and it would be inaugurated at the end of this year. it was unveiled at Farnborough Airshow in London. it operate 40 domestic, regional and sub-regional and 41 international routes.
Now the Nigeria Air has got Nigerians talking but What Nigerians are saying about new Nigeria carrier “Nigeria Air”.
Most Nigerians have taken to twitter to express their views on the new Nigeria carrier Nigeria Air. Scanning through the hashtag #NigeriaAir and we got the following comments.
The Aviation Minister, Sen. @HadiSirika deserves some accolades. From Abuja Airport runways to now #NigeriaAir, he has done a lot. Nigerians kindly RT to give him the accolades he deserves. ?? pic.twitter.com/b8KHpFCTF3
— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) July 18, 2018
I like the ownership structure of “our” repackaged national carrier. #NigeriaAir is almost entirely owned and driven by the private sector, with Nigeria having only 5% stake. At least it’s not going to be run like a family enterprise, and we get to fly our brand internationally. pic.twitter.com/d9vYjek4RS
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) July 18, 2018
— BeingHumanAintEnough (@realdanielemeka) July 18, 2018
This is good news. A Nigerian carrier to fly domestic, regional and international routes. Here’s seriously hoping it still exists in 2040. #NigeriaAir will begin operations in December 2018. pic.twitter.com/VF1uMjbYr5
— Bolarinwa Olajide (@iambolar) July 18, 2018
@MBuhari @hadisirika @FAAN_Official it’s not enough to get all certifications and clearance for take of the new #NigeriaAir there’s need to ensure that these standards are sustained, monitored and controlled. Please ensure!!!
— Bolaji (@bolsaid) July 19, 2018
Nigerians have reacted differently to the unveiling of new or renew Nigeria carrier Nigeria Air but the good news is that it was unveiled and it will take off in December 2018.