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Pros & Cons of Charter Flight by Capt. Everest Nnaji

A charter flight is an unscheduled flight that is not part of a regular airline routing. With a charter flight, you rent the entire aircraft and can determine departure/arrival locations and times. There are several types of charter flights.
• Private Charter
• Single Entity
• Affinity
• Public Charter
Because a charter flight is not part of a scheduled service, the flight will depart when you want it to. You are also able to choose which cities you fly to and from. Charter Flights are particularly convenient when you need to travel to a city where scheduled airline service may require multiple connections or layovers before you reach your destination.
All these mentioned and many more are services provided by OAS Helicopter, founded by Capt. Everest Nnaji, a foremost businessman, philanthropist and innovator.
Capt. Everest Nnaji founded the OAS Helicopter to provide basic solution to various needs regarding easy transportation of personnel and vessels to various accessible and un-accessible locations around the globe. This overtime turned out a successful organization with diverse partnerships including partnership with Abu Dhabi aviation, which speaks about the strength of his innovation and credibility.
With every problem and risk movements creates room for even more expansion as we see in the case of OAS Helicopter, with a major expansion developing a world class oil and gas aviation terminal at Port Harcourt NAF base to fully invest in oil and gas aviation support flight services. The new OAS Terminal was designed and delivered to support airplanes and helicopters for oil and gas flight operations. It was designed and delivered with the sensitivity and stringent standard associated with oil and gas aviation security and safety in mind, taking into account the reliability and predictability desirous of a facility that supports 24/7 high net worth operations, especially as it involves a harsh operating environment like ours.
The MD/CEO Captain Everest Nnaji also said that the facility is still expanding as OAS expect to, within the next 24 months, install a state-of-the-art new generation helicopter maintenance hangar which according to him has not been found anywhere else in Africa. When asked why the industry was not aware that all these were coming up until everything is this fully developed, he said that OAS business model will remain on simple achievement milestone showcasing as our environment does not so much encourage “trumpet blowing.
Besides creating more job opportunities for our upcoming leaders of tomorrow and improving the transportation/aviation movement in Nigeria and Africa as a whole, its safe to say that the philanthropist also known as Captain Everest Nnaji is single handedly safe guarding the future of transportation mechanisms in Nigeria whilst ensuring that our Great Nation remains an innovative free and industrious filled nation. This is Captain Everest Nnaji.

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