Trade Air has positioned its A320 aircraft from Ljubljana to Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city.
The A320 aircraft with registration number 9A-BTH has moved to its new temporary base, Lagos Airport (Murtala Muhammed International Airport) in Nigeria. It is a distance of 4,500 kilometers that the Airbus A320 covers in approximately 5 hours.
Trade Air has signed an ACMI contract with a client in Nigeria and one aircraft from the fleet of this Croatian airline will be based in Lagos, from where it will fly on regular flights to Nigeria for the needs of the customer.
We are happy to say that all 5 aircraft (3 A320, 1 A319 and 1 F100) from Trade Air fleet, two are based in Pristina for MyWings, one is based in Podgorica for Air Montenegro, one in Ljubljana for Slovenian tour operators and one in ACMI rental in Nigeria.