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Aero Contractors unveils new website

Aero Contractors unveils new website

Aero, West Africa’s leading e-airline has unveiled its new website at www.flyaero.com.  The new website, brings a fresh new look and increased functionality for the user.  On the website the user will find full details of Aero routes and schedules, contact details, products, services and a host of information about the company.The new version contains… Read more »

Source: Aero Contractors, 08-Sep-10

Aero Contractors loses offshore oil and gas operations to Caverton

Aero Contractors loses offshore oil and gas operations to Caverton

Aero Contractors rotary wing, which carries out over 35 per cent of offshore shuttle services for oil and gas companies, has lost a major Shell contract to Caverton Helicopters and multibillion naira major services in the off-shore operations

Source: This Day, 06-Sep-10

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CHC has not severed ties with Aero Contractors

CHC has not severed ties with Aero Contractors

(Vancouver, British Columbia) – Media reports today incorrectly suggest that CHC Helicopter and Aero Contractors of Nigeria Company Limited (ACN) have severed their business relationship effective June 2, 2010. CHC Helicopter is committed to continue operating in Nigeria and has not severed its relationship with ACN. It is true that due to conditions imposed by… Read more »

Source: CHC, 04-Jun-10

CHC Nigeria ends partnership with Aero Contractors

CHC Nigeria ends partnership with Aero Contractors

Against the backdrop of mounting debt and continued service without payment, the management of CHC Helicopter, a novel business initiative in the country, yesterday terminated its partnership with Aero Contractors. (see full story)

Source: Vanguard, 04-Jun-10

23-Feb-09 Tebidaba area in the Niger Delta, Nigeria

23-Feb-09 Tebidaba area in the Niger Delta, Nigeria

23-Feb-09

24-Mar-08 5N-BJF Eurocopter AS365N2 Bonny Airstrip, Nigeria

At 50 feet, during the demonstration of Class B landing by the training captain, the helicopter experienced a sudden drop in height, hitting the ground nine metres short of the runway. There was no fatality, but damage to the nose wheels, the left main landing gear forward structure and the tail guard.

24-Mar-08