After acquiring her operational certificate, Rano Air Limited will start operations. In order to launch operations in 2023, the new Nigerian airline is said to have acquired four EMB-145LR aircraft.
In a similar spirit, the recruitment exercise starts to open the airways and speed up flights. The Recruitment process should be followed by all interested applicants.
Rano Air, a Nigerian airline, recently purchased planes for more than N4 billion and received a complete operating license. Since then, the company has started a hiring process to hire people and travel agents.
In the upcoming months,it is anticipated to run a freight and passenger service.
How to Submit an Application
“Travel agents or other people are wanted by Rano Air Limited.
At Marketing@ranoair.com or via our social media channels, interested parties can get in touch with the marketing department.
Rano Air Limited Flight
The airline has been given permission to run domestic return flights to/from Lagos, Kano, Abuja, Kaduna, Sokoto, Gombe, Yola, Maiduguri, and Asaba.
About Rano Air Limited
Founded in 2019, it is one of Nigeria’s airlines with the fastest growth. It offers comfortable and also reasonably priced flights to a variety of locations both inside and outside of Nigeria. The airline’s main priorities include providing top-notch aviation services, having positive interactions with customers, providing efficient online services, and being operationally proficient in terms of on-time departure/arrival and safety.
The Airline consistently follows internationally recognized safety standards and again reviews its products and services to provide better solutions aimed at passenger comfort and safety as well as striving to forge lasting relationships. This is all part of her determination to meet the highest global aviation safety standards.
Rano Air is owned by Alhaji Auwalu Abdullahi Rano, the founder of the A.A. Rano Group and also a native of Kano.
According to Dailytrust, he acquired four EMB-145LR aircraft in advance of the Rano Air venture, with plans to launch operations in 2023.
According to research, the average cost of an Embraer ERJ-145LR listed for sale on GlobalAir.com is $2,395,000 (N1.09 billion), bringing the overall expenditure to N4.2 billion.
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