Green Africa announces route network, inches closer to operation

Green Africa, Nigeria’s Lagos-based value airline, has announced its launch route network ahead of entry into service.

With plans to commence operations from its Lagos base at the General Aviation Terminal (GAT), Green Africa will launch flight operations to connect seven cities after completing its ongoing Air Operator Certificate (AOC) process with the NCAA which is now in advanced stages.

Additional cities within Nigeria will be added as the value carrier scales its operations. Plans are already underway to establish two more operational bases outside Lagos to stimulate air travel and provide more options to customers.

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 To facilitate increased economic and trade activities within Nigeria, Green Africa will offer new direct connections from the commercial hub of Lagos (LOS) into Akure, Ilorin, Abuja, Enugu, Owerri and Port-Harcourt.


Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Green Africa, Babawande Afolabi, said “Starting with our launch route network, we are crafting a network plan that will afford more customers the opportunity to pursue their economic interest or simply spend more time with family and friends. Our three key product offerings – gSaver, gClassic and gFlex will afford customers the value of choice and flexibility.”

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The airline recently received its first aircraft with the second and third aircraft expected to arrive soon. Facilities and infrastructures are now in place to support commercial, flight, and airport operations.

Green Africa ( is a value airline based in Lagos, Nigeria. The new airline will offer safe, reliable and affordable air travel to a much broader group of customers and be a significant contributor to the economic development of Nigeria and the African continent.

Founded and led by Afolabi, Green Africa has received its Air Transport License from the Nigerian Government and is now working closely with the NCAA to complete its AOC certification process.

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Wole Shadare