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He has experience across all sectors of the aviation industry in a variety of senior leadership positions, including as CEO of Bahrain Airport Services and chief commercial officer of Virgin Nigeria Airways.
The government has also gotten back into the aviation game by partnering with Virgin Atlantic to run Virgin Nigeria Airways, which began offering commercial flights in 2005 and has since been re-branded as Air Nigeria.
A Dutch national, John holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the Henley Business School, and is a highly experienced aviation industry expert having served as CFO for Virgin Nigeria Airways and Arik Airways.
Nigerian Eagle Airlines The board of Nigerian Eagle Airlines, formerly Virgin Nigeria Airways, has announced the appointment of an Ethiopian, Mr.
Dudley was chief operating officer at Virgin Nigeria Airways until June 2009, while Roijen was chief financial officer at the same airline until March 2009.
GE Aviation said Virgin Nigeria Airways signed a five-year, $15 million OnPoint Solutions services agreement covering MRO on 14 CFM56-3Cs on its Boeing 737-300s.
Its airlines include Virgin Atlantic, which flies to 27 destinations worldwide, and Virgin Nigeria Airways. AirAsia, which started in 2001 with two planes, now has a fleet of 50 aircraft and flies to destinations in South-East Asia and China.
The financial figures include the company's African business, Virgin Nigeria Airways, as well as the tour operator Virgin Holidays.
Virgin Nigeria Airways and Ethiopian Airlines emerged as the first two African Airlines to sign a Technical Service Agreement covering training, maintenance and resource pooling, signaling a major boost in technical cooperation among African Airlines.
North American Airlines and Virgin Nigeria Airways have entered into an agreement to cooperate on several fronts.