Where We Fly

Akure

This is the capital city of Ondo State. Akure is at the central part of the country and it connects to other major and strategic Nigerian cities. Cocoa production is the mainstay of the economy. Bitumen has also been discovered in the State.

Bauchi

Bauchi State, in North-East Nigeria, is a tourism hub for its warm spring and game reserve. The Yankari Game Reserve located in Bauchi is one of Nigeria's landmark tourist locations. The Yankari National Park and Game Reserve is situated about 115km south-east of Bauchi Town

Asaba

Asaba, the capital of oil-rich Delta State in South-South of Nigeria is strategically located on a hill at the western edge of the River Niger. The historic River Niger is a regional trans-African link in West Africa traversing different countries and flowing into the Atlantic.

Jalingo

Jalingo is the capital city of Taraba State which lies largely within the middle of Nigeria and consists of undulating landscapes dotted with few mountainous features. The state is often referred to as the most beautiful state in Nigeria.

Dutse

The capital of Jigawa State. Historical evidences show Dutse as one of the oldest urban centres within the Old Kano state. Agriculture is the mainstay of the people of Jigawa with its vast fertile arable land to which almost all tropical crops could adapt, thus constituting one of its highly prized natural resources.

Ilorin

Ilorin's central location makes it easily accessible from several parts of the country.The city is a confluence of cultures, populated by Yoruba, Hausa, Fulani, Nupe, Baruba, and foreign nationals. Ilorin also presents a range of tourist sites  such as the imposing Sobi Hill, said to have offered protection to natives during inter-tribal wars in ancient times.

Lagos

The second fastest-growing city in Africa and the former capital of Nigeria, Lagos is regarded as the commercial capital of Nigeria. The city is the convergence of business transactions both locally and internationally. Nightlife in Lagos is unlike anywhere else in the country, so vibrant and explosive.

Minna

The areas making up Niger State today comprise of the old Nupe and Kontogora Kingdoms, Abuja (now Suleja). The Gurara Waterfalls which is described as Nigeria's Premier Falls is located at kilometre 76 along Minna-Suleja road. Cotton, guinea corn, and ginger are the main agricultural products of the city

Katsina

Katsina is well known for the wall surrounding it with its seven different gates. The wall was built about 900 years ago. Due to the vast arable land, Katsina is currently playing a leading role in commodity/food production in the country.

Ibadan

Known as the ancient city in the South-West, Ibadan retains the mixture of old charm and modern attractions. The Ibadan Polo Club is one of the finest recreation centres in the State. Located on the Dugbe-Eleyele axis of the city, it shares fence with the popular Mokola Barracks.