EAS Airlines

EAS Airlines
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Ceased operations2006
HubsMurtala Mohammed International Airport
Fleet size11

EAS (Executive Airlines Services) Airlines was an airline based in Lagos, Nigeria. Its main base was Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos.

In July 2006, the airline merged with Fleet Air Nigeria Limited, forming the short-lived Nicon Airways.

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The airline was established on 23 December 1983.


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


The EAS Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft:

Accidents and incidents

  • On 4 May 2002, a BAC 111-500 plane crashed into a densely populated neighborhood shortly after take-off from Kano. At least 103 people were killed, many of whom were on the ground.

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