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Falcon Aerospace Upgrades Services as African Market Thrives

Falcon Aerospace Upgrades Services as African Market Thrives

Falcon Aerospace, the Nigerian business aviation company, has made business jet booking easier by introducing new products amid increasing demand for business aviation in Africa.

The firm introduced its operational business units – Vivajets, CharterXE, and FlyPJX at an event in Lagos, Nigeria. Together, the units will provide a wider range of services and digital solutions for private jet and charter booking.

Falcon Aerospace CEO Chukwuerika Achum said the company is seeing more customers when there is a growing trend of Africans doing international business and people flying into the country for business and tourism purposes. The company’s recent innovation, according to Achum, will make Falcon Aerospace’s services more inclusive.

“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,” said Achum, who is proud of the company’s African origin and wants to be part of the continent’s development.

Nigeria-based Falcon Aero also outlined plans to extend its operations to other countries in West and East Africa.

Tejumade Salami, head of business excellence, said Falcon Aero aims to “democratize” business aviation and make the service accessible and affordable to more people.

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