The management of Dornier Aviation Nigeria AIEP has called on the Federal government to check the excesses of some charter operators that have not lived up to expectations, in terms of services delivery.
Its Business development manager, Ainoje Adumaza Joseph, who spoke at the 10th aviation Safety and Security summit in Accra, said there is need to coordinate their operations in Nigeria.
He disclosed that the airline was rebranding with the introduction to the world, the Dornier aviation Bombadier challenger 604 business jet for its charter flights.
Established three decades ago, the airline said it was repositioning its operations to offer quality, flexible and efficient services to its clients.
According to him, the introduction of the challenger 604 jet in its fleet at said the aircraft was exquisitely designed to offer an unparalleled flying experience for customers.
Ainoje said the jet, a ten seater passenger cabin built with an interior providing a five star comfort, has full multimedia entertainment system.
He explained that Dornier aviation in its restructuring, was set to embark on any chattered business across the globe adding that it has four aircraft including the Dornier 228 in its fleet based in Kaduna.
Ainoje who noted that chartered business was nose diving in the country today said, Dornier has remained focused with the direction of government in power to diversity and prepare for the future.