7Star Global Hangar, a private and independent aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) in West and Central Africa has received its Airline Transport License (ATL) from the Federal Government to float its airline – 7Star Global Airline.
The new airline will be operating both fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
Speaking on behalf of the Board and Management of the new airline, the Managing Director of 7Star Global and former President, National Association of Aircraft, Pilots and Engineers, NAAPE, Isaac Balami said, the Airline is established to bring perfection into the aviation industry and its target are zero incident and zero accident.
“We understand there is no parking space in the air, therefore safety is our watch word.”
He said they are poised to being the safest airline in the world with excellent service delivery. “We will also continually promote teamwork, culture and dignity within our diverse workforce.”
Balami stressed that 7 Star Global Airline is focused on quality service delivery tailored to customers’ satisfaction.
“We have our strategy and will continue to strengthen it to eventually become the best aviation service provider globally. Our goal is to be the best in exceptional service delivery at all times.”
Balami in an enthusiastic mood said “7Star Global Airline is the new baby that was birthed amidst the travails of the Covid-19 pandemic. I am proud to declare that 7Star global airline will be operating 5 helicopters and 10 E-145 jets. All Five (5) helicopters are already in Nigeria, and will be taking an initial delivery of Three (4) E-145 jets in a few weeks.
The 7Star Global Hangar, the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) arm of the company is situated at MM2 domestic wing with ample apron space to accommodate 15 aircrafts.
The airline will enjoy the services of the Hangar as it is fully equipped to do aircraft line and heavy maintenance, including aircraft wheels and brakes, upholstery and general fixed-base operation (FBO) services.
7star Global Airline, a hybrid of the top 5 airlines in the world will no doubt bring a new experience into the Nigerian aviation sector.