Xejet Signs Memorandum of Understanding to Provide Air Transport Services in Sierra Leone

BY Sade Williams/Business am

Xejet Aviation Limited and the Government of the Republic of Sierra Leone have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to operate regional and international flights from Lungi International Airport, Freetown.

The two parties have long been in talks leading to this agreement whereby the company could establish and operate a national carrier for the Republic of Sierra Leone.

The parties further agreed to work together to complete the project in accordance with international standards.

The MoU was signed by Kabineh M. Kallon, Minister of Transport and Aviation, on behalf of the Government and Emmanuel Iza for Xejet in the presence of Rex Idaminabo (Associate Consultant) and Floyd Davis, Deputy Director, SLCAA .

Attending the signing ceremony were Ministry of Transport and Aviation Rex Bhonapha, Deputy Minister; Alhassan Kondeh, permanent secretary of the ministry; Adams Steven, Technical Advisor; Hindolo Shiaka, Transport Director, and Macmond Kallon, Policy Coordinator, OPII-State House.

Xejet Aviation was established to provide air transport services in the areas of passenger, cargo, aircraft maintenance and aviation training.

It was founded and led by a team of highly experienced technocrats with years of experience in air and flight operations

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