Nigeria had actually closed down it’s airports to regional and worldwide flights to stop the spread of Coronavirus.
Omotade Lepe, Chief Operating Officer of the association, stated throughout a Facebook live conference that operators had actually lost a minimum of $5bn..
He stated, COVID-19 has actually dealt seriously with the air travel sector typically however for the personal jet operators, we can state we have actually lost over 5 billion dollars while the pandemic wrecked the world.”.
The authorities stated that the association had actually put in location some steps to revamp business post-COVID-19 in order to recuperate some lost profits, the News Company of Nigeria reports.
The personal jet organisation does not normally warrant marketing however in view of business outlook now, we will be connecting to enhance patronage. We are going to stop our previous mindset of our clients understand us and take our services to the clients, he described.
Lepe even more stated that in line with the requirements of the Nigerian Civil Air Travel Authority, the personal jet operators would make sure stringent adherence to COVID-19 standards in addition to some other security guidelines.
Personal jets provide space for automated social distancing as versus business flights, he stated, including that obligatory temperature level checks, usage of face masks, sanitisers, to name a few procedures would be implemented when flight operations resume later on this month.