Green Africa Secures Additional Aircraft From Jump Air

Green Africa Secures Additional Aircraft From Jump
Green Africa Secures Additional Aircraft From Jump

Green Africa, Nigeria’s value airline, and Jump Air have announced a partnership on an additional aircraft (ATR72-500). Structured as a damp lease, the additional aircraft will offer Green Africa bridge capacity to grow its fleet to four aircraft and support the airline’s planned expansion. Subject to regulatory approvals, the additional aircraft is scheduled to enter into service during Q3 2023.

Babawande Afolabi, Founder & CEO of Green Africa, said, “Green Africa is on track for its next phase of growth. We are pleased to welcome the aircraft from Jump Air which will help strengthen some of our existing routes while also spreading the reach of Green Africa to serve customers across the country.”

Dovydas Jurgelevicius, Accountable Manager of Jump Air, commented, “Green Africa has built a strong foundation since entering service in 2021. We are proud to support Green Africa’s expansion as it celebrates its first two years of operation.”

Green Africa ( is a leading value carrier based in Lagos, Nigeria with a mission to use the power of air travel to create a better future. Green Africa offers safe, reliable, and affordable air travel to a broader group of customers and is a significant contributor to the economic development of Nigeria and the African continent.

Jump Air is an European ACMI and charter airline that was established in 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania. The airline provides charter and long/short term ACMI services with ATR 72-500 (both passenger and cargo versions) fleet. The geography of the operator‘s services covers Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Caribbean regions.