Fly Africaada Aviation Company has unveiled its plans of introducing a state-of-the-art new generation fleet of aircraft to commence and sustainably expand routes and seamlessly connect the West, East, Central, and Southern African regions (Sub-Saharan Africa) with the rest of the world.
At a press conference in Accra, Fly Africaada unveiled that it had plans of serving routes across West Africa and connecting the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Spain, Netherlands, France, and Germany through its hub at Banjul International Airport, The Gambia upon regulatory approval.
According to the Chairman of the company, HRH Prince Ebrahim of Gambia, the Fly Africaada Aviation Company was committed to serving its patrons with world class services to their satisfaction.
When asked how the company would achieve its mission of connecting a seamless Africa, he said: “We will achieve our mission by providing the Safest, Most Reliable, Most Seamlessly Interconnected and highest incentivised airline in Africa; through committed lenses of our 5 C’s structured vision: Convenience, Connectivity, Consistency, Cost-Effectiveness, and unbeatable Customer Service.”
Prince Ebrahim averred that Fly Africaada would be the safest airline in Africa, and among the world’s best.
“Every single aircraft in the Fly Africaada fleet are fully approved airworthy and within Air Operations Certification by European Air Safety Agency (EASA) to operate within the European Union airspace.
“This certification naturally puts us alongside the safety standards of the world’s safest carriers. Our passengers can be at ease and comfort when flying Africaada.”
Fly Africaada promises to deliver Afrocentric inflight entertainment for every passenger, with the largest catalogue of Music, Cinema, podcasts, eBooks, Magazines, News, and African television.
Mr. Enoch Atakorah, Public Relations officer of the Company, dilated that every seat of their aircraft could be personalised and tailored to passengers’ entertainment tastes to deliver an unforgettable experience.
“Fly Africaada knows that reliability is a major problem in the aviation industry, especially among many African carriers.” He continued: “In this regard, we committed to raising the bar, to become the most reliable airline in Africa, with a benchmark of 99.9% up to time on departures and arrivals.”
The airline operation has promised to be unbeatable in prices and has put in place various types of payments for the convenience of their customers.
The company’s PRO disclosed that they would make their booking process customer-friendly, via their websites and app.