Slok Air International
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|Hubs||Banjul International Airport|
|Focus cities||Dakar-Yoff-Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport|
|Key people||Mr. Abdulkareem Idris |
(Chief Executive Officer)
Slok Air and Slok Air GambiaEdit
Slok Air International was founded in Nigeria by the Slok Group. Its air operators certificate was suspended in March 2004 by the Nigerian government and the airline was subsequently dissolved in November 2004. In the same month the airline was reformed as Slok Air Gambia Limited. Service was again halted in the end of December 2007 due to maintenance and was resumed mid-February 2008, but by July published reports described financial difficulties with the airline, which continued into the autumn of 2008 with creditors filling lawsuits against the firm, seeking payments. By the end of October 2008, despite any formal announcement, press release, or news report, it was no longer possible to book flights with the airline, which had stopped flying.
Slok Air InternationalEdit
Once again, the airline was renamed to Slok Air International in early 2009. Flights re-commenced in February of the same year.
- Côte d'Ivoire
- The Gambia
- Sierra Leone
The Slok Air International fleet consisted of the following aircraft:
- 6 Boeing 737-200 (only 1 used for scheduled services)
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