Nigeria’s Falcon Aero launches digital booking options
Nigerian business aviation firm Falcon Aerospace Limited has unveiled tech platforms to ease business jet booking.
The firm introduced the products at a recent event in Lagos, Nigeria, where it unveiled its operational business units.
Falcon Aerospace platforms were unveiled at the event, with the company saying its
CharterXE, an automated private jet booking platform, will provide access to the company’s charter brokerage services through digital devices.
While, FlyPJX is a charter per seat booking platform designed to provide access to all the luxury of private jet service without needing to book the entire aircraft.
With the platforms, from its base in Nigeria, Falcon Aero plans to extend its operations to other African countries with West and East Africa being focus regions. The firm also operates both local and international routes.
Falcon Aero, CEO, Chukwuerika Achum, the company’s enthusiasm with innovation has led it to create products targeted at delivering more value to customers.
He said: “Operating through our business units, we aim to make a difference in an often exclusive and elusive market via the delivery of excellent customer service, adaptation of technology, inclusive customer targeting, and continuous innovation.”
Director of Air Transport Regulation at Nigeria's National Civil Aviation Authority, Captain Chris Najomo, commended Falcon Aero for introducing innovations into the business aviation market.
“I commend Mr. Achum and his team for putting these products and this events together. Falcon Aero has also taken serious steps to ensure all permits, licences and certifications necessary for smooth operations are obtained,” Najomo said.