EAS Airlines

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EAS Airlines
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Founded 1983
Ceased operations 2006
Hubs Murtala Mohammed International Airport
Fleet size 11
Destinations 6

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.[1]

In July 2006, Fleet Air Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of NICON Group of Companies, formally merged with EAS Airlines to form Nicon Airways.[2]

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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.[1]


EAS Airlines operated services to the following domestic scheduled destinations (at January 2005): Abuja, Enugu, Jos, Lagos and Port Harcourt.

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The EAS Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[4]

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