Aero has announced the addition of Quickteller mobile platform to the online payment channel for its passengers.
This service enables customers to make payment for tickets on quickteller mobile site on their mobile phones.
The function, which gives a wider choice of self-service options, can be processed from Aero website, where customers choose the option of making payment via quickteller mobile at its website.
A statement from Aero said the new payment option was introduced as part of the national development initiative as the nation prepared for the CashLite Policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria.
The statement quoted the Managing Director, Aero, Captain Akin George, as saying, “We are proud to offer this service to all our customers.
“Adding quickteller to our website payment option is for safer and easier payment, we are offering more options and even greater flexibility to customers purchasing travels at Aero. Quickteller provides just the kind of security and convenience that meets our travellers’ expectations.”
Meanwhile, Aero Contractors, has announced that effective July 9, 2012, the airline will commence flight operations between Uyo and Abuja.
The flight from Abuja to Uyo and Uyo to Abuja, which will be operated with a Boeing 737 will depart at 12:45pm daily from either location.
Over the years, Aero has become the first airline of choice offering excellent value for money and making travels easier and convenient through its electronic products like book and pay online, online check in, online insurance, vouchers for on-line transactions and other numerous offerings.
“We are very excited to be launching these new routes and frequencies, which give our customers even more travel options to and from Uyo,” said Captain Akin George, Aero Managing Director. “In addition, the launch of these new routes and added frequencies further underscores the importance of our interest in the dynamic city of Uyo and our commitment to its growth.”
Aero flies to major domestic destinations including Lagos, Abuja, Calabar, Port Harcourt, Owerri, Warri, Enugu, Kaduna, Benin and Jos with plans to open more routes.