Commercial aircraft in Nigeria have the oldest aircraft in Africa and the age of the aircraft is 28.1 years and many planes may be retired or decommissioned or retired at least a few years ago.
By contrast, the average age of major African airlines such as Ethiopian Airlines, South African Airways, the oldest Rwandan airlines in Africa, Royal Air Maroc and Kenya Airways are between 11.4 and 5.8 years.
Rwandair was founded in 2002 and has a 7.1 year old fleet in the youngest African airline.
A random survey of Nigerian aircraft found that the youngest fleet of 23 aircraft with an average age of 11 was found on Arik Air.
Dana Airlines, which started operation in November 2008, has the oldest aircraft of the McDonnell Douglas MD-80, one of which is in use for 28 months and 1 month.
Currently, it operates all six MD-80 aircraft, with the lowest-floor aircraft being delivered in October 2014 and registered as 5N-BKI.
I am 22.3 years old now.
The other aircraft in the fleet, 5N-SAI, is 28.1 years old.
Aviation peace, consisting of 20 aircraft, lasts an average of 19 years.
The Boeing 737 has an average age of 22.3 years, two Boeing 777s, and an average age of 18.1 years.
However, the Boeing 737-500 is two people between the ages of 25 and 26.
One of them was acquired in July 2014 and December 2014.
Air Peace, however, boasts four Embraer ERJ-145s run by its subsidiary Air Peace Hopper, with an average age of 19 years.
Founded in 2007, Medview has five models of Boeing.
This includes the Boeing 777-200 (5N-BVY) (16.7 years old). Boeing 767, age 23.6; Three Boeing 737-400s, with an average age of 20.9 years.
Started in 2010, Azman Air Services operates four aircraft and the average age is 20.9 years.
The airline holds two Boeing 737-300s and two Boeing 737-500s for an average of 20.9 years.
Max Air, which just entered the Nigerian airline business this year, has six aircraft with an average age of 20.4 years.
In addition to the Embraer ERJ-145, which is less than 10 years old, all other aircraft in the aircraft are more than 20 years old.
Algeria's oldest aircraft, Aero Contractors, has 11 aircraft.
Among them, nine Boeing 737s, an average age of 26.5 years, and eight Canadian DHC-8 Dashes at 17.8 years.
Founded in 1959, the airline is currently carrying huge debt to banks with Nigeria's Agets Management Company of Nigeria and Arik Air.
Arik Air entered Nigeria's intense airline business in October 2006. With a grand ambition to operate as a new aircraft, Arik Air is now in business instead of the creaky "Tokunbo" aircraft used by airlines in the country.
So I ordered a new plane. The oldest aircraft were the four newly launched Bombardier CRJ-900 airplanes in 2006.
They are currently 12.6 years old.
Arik also bought a new Bombardier CRJ-1000 in 2014.
I am 5 years old now.
The Boeing 737 is 12.1 years old and the Airbus A340 is 10.4 years old.
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Ethiopian Airlines has 23 Boeing 787 Dreamliners with an average age of 3.4 years. 17 Boeing 777, mean age 5.2 years; 26 Boeing 737, average age 7.9 years; 9 Airbus 350 with an average age of 1.4 years; The DHC-8 Dash 8 is 5.4 years old.
The oldest airline in Addis Ababa is six Boeing 767s and is 16.3 years old.
Kenya Airways has 39 fleets with an average age of 6.8.
The Nairobi-based carrier has 737 Boeing 10-year-olds. Three Boeing 777s, aged 4.7; Boeing 787 Dreamliner 9, age 4.1. And 15 of the 6.3-year-old Embraer ERJ-190.
Royal Air Maroc was founded in 1957 and operates 51 aircraft, with an average age of 11.4 years.
The Boeing 737 has 12.3 years, 2.8-year-old Boeing 787 Dreamliner; And 4-year-old Embraer ERJ-190.
The average age of South African aircraft is 11 years.
There are 21 Airbus A320 and A330, with an average age of 4.7 years.
There are also 16 Airbus A340s with an average age of 15 and an Airbus 319 (mean age 13.8).
The oldest fleet in the fleet is Boeing 737, 27.5 years old.
With a Pan African ambition, such as Ethiopian Airlines, South African Airways and Royal Air Maroc, Rwanda has 13 aircraft and two more Airbus A330 orders.
The average lifespan is 7.1 years, including six Boeing 737s, two Airbus A330s, and two Bombardier CRJ-900s.
The oldest airplane is De Havilland Canada DHC-8 Dash 8, which is 11.5 years younger than the Nigerian airplane.
According to a recent study by SGI Aviation ordered by IATA, the average age of retirement of cargo aircraft is 32.5 years, and the average age of retirement of passengers is 25.1 years.
Research shows that aircraft retirement is generally governed by several principles.
More than half of the aircraft used for commercial operations are discarded between 20 and 30 years.
Freighters accounted for 17% of all commercial aircraft retirees.
Cargo ships tend to retire more than passengers.
The average age of aircraft has increased from 18.8 years in 1980 to 29.4 years in 2005 and 2009.
Oil prices climbed to record highs in early 2010, and retirement age has fallen to 27.6 in the last six years.
According to another report, some of the factors that apply to aircraft retirement are pressure cycle, flight time and fuel efficiency.
The report says the Boeing 747 is able to withstand about 35,000 pressurized cycles and about 165,000 hours of flight from about 135,000 hours before metal fatigue occurs and stops operation for about 27 years.
. Studied by Bayo Onanuga.