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EAS (Executive Airlines Services) Airlines was an airline based in Lagos, Nigeria. It operated passenger services within Nigeria and charters to neighbouring countries. It also provided executive jet services under the name Executive Airline Services. Its main base was Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos.
The airline was established on 23 December 1983. It began operations as EAS Cargo Airlines, but ceased cargo flights in January 1992 and set up an executive jet charter service under the name Executive Airline Services (EAS) in November 1993.
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Accidents and incidents
- On 4 May 2002 Flight 4226, a BAC One-Eleven 500 twin-engined jet crashed into houses on take-off from Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, killing 71 passengers and crew on board as well as 78 more on the ground.
Historical Fleet Details
The EAS Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft:
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