Skyway Aviation wins ground handling contract with Air Namibia in Lagos

posted on 2nd July 2018 by Justin Burns
Skyway Aviation wins ground handling contract with Air Namibia in Lagos

Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited has won a contract to put on ground handling services for Air Namibia at Lagos’ Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Nigeria.

As part of the agreement, the company started to provide passenger, ramp and cargo handling services for the state-owned carrier from Friday, 29 June.

Air Namibia operates services three times a week to bustling city of Lagos from Windhoek, which is the capital of Namibia, and located in southern Africa.

Meanwhile, Camair-Co, a flag carrier of Cameroon, which stopped flights to Lagos in 2016, has restarted a route to Lagos retaining Skyway Aviation Handling as the ground handlers on its three times weekly flights.