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NAHCO secures qatar airways contracts

NAHCO secures qatar airways contracts

Qatar Airways has again granted its handling contracts in Port Harcourt and Kano airports to Nigeria’s ground handler of choice, the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc, (NAHCO).

The agreement, which takes effect from March 2022, came on the heels of the exceptional top- of- the- range handling services delivery by NAHCO Plc, and it will run for another five years.

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Prince Saheed Lasisi, NAHCO Plc’s Group Executive Director, Commercial and Business Development, in announcing the development, described the feat as reward for hard work and commitment on the part of Management and Staff of NAHCO Plc. 

He expressed excitement on the achievement, describing it as a boost for both companies. 

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‘’ We are committed to maintaining our leadership position in the ground handling business, as such, we will not relent in providing efficient and excellent service The support from the Board of Directors has helped in no small measure, as new Ground Support Equipment are being made available to us for ease of operations. We are therefore primed to continue our excellent service delivery to Qatar Airways’’, he said.

NAHCO Plc currently has an all-encompassing contract with the airline in Lagos and Abuja, providing passenger, cargo, and ramp handling services to Qatar Airways, which also includes the provision of crew transportation and other ancillary services to the respected airliner.  

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