Nigerian Government Auctions Off Three Presidential Aircraft to Streamline Fleet

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The Nigerian federal government has put three ageing presidential aircraft up for sale to reduce excessive spending on fleet maintenance. The aircraft, including a Boeing 737 Boeing Business Jet (BBJ), a Gulfstream, and a Falcon 7x, are being marketed by a US-based airline marketer, JetHQ. The proceeds from the sale will be used to purchase a new jet for the fleet. This move is seen as a cost-cutting measure amid economic challenges and safety concerns about the condition of the current fleet. The sale is part of a broader plan to upgrade the presidential air fleet, with lawmakers recommending the purchase of two new aircraft for the president and vice-president.








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