Aero Adds More Flights to Calabar Route As Carnival Approaches

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by crossriverwatch admin

The management of Aero Contractors Airlines has announced an increase in its flight frequencies to the Cross River State Capital Calabar from Abuja and Lagos.

Aero in a statement obtained by crossriverwatch said the move is a mark of support for the tourism initiatives of the Cross River State Government.

Part of the statement reads: “The Management of Aero Contractors has, as a mark of support to the initiatives of the CRSG, introduced extra frequencies into Calabar from Lagos and Abuja with effect from 01 December 2012. This move is aimed at driving tourist traffic to Calabar in support of the tourism initiative of the State”.

The statement added that details of the schedule are available on the airline’s

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