Formed in 1999. Domestic & regional, cargo, jet airplane services.
2 Allen Avenue
Ikeja (Lagos), Nigeria
The Federal Republic of Nigeria was established in 1960, it covers an area of 923,768 sq km, its population is 125 million, its capital city is Abuja, and its official language is English.
December 2003: 737-2B7 (22892, 5N-BFQ), delivery.
May 2005: DC-9-34 (47704), Jetran leased.
May 2006: Fresh Air (FRR) provides cargo jet airplane charters, mainly within West Africa.
(ICAO) Code: FRR - FRESH AIR.
Main Base: Lagos Murtala Muhammed (LOS).
April 2007: Ceased operations.
August 2012: Fresh Air (FRR) (Zimbabwe) (based at Harare International airport (HRE)) has applied for a license to start domestic flights in Zimbabwe. The new low-cost carrier (LCC) is a joint venture (JV) between Zimbabwe based, investment company Nu-Aero and South African (LCC) 1time airline (1TA), (IATA) Code: T6, based at Johannesburg Oliver Reginald Tambo International airport (JNB)) that would provide its fleet and commercial expertise for the operation, if a license can be obtained. 1time (1TA) has announced that as part of the plan to launch Fresh Air (FRR), it would first move its three times weekly service from Johannesburg Oliver Reginald Tambo International (JNB) to Livingstone Maramba airport (LVI) targeted at tourists visiting the Victoria Falls over to Victoria Falls International (VFA) on the Zimbabwean side of the water falls as soon as it is authorized to do so.
October 2012: Fresh Air (FRR) will launch operations on November 2 offering a three times weekly service from Victoria Falls International (VFA) to Johannesburg Oliver Reginald Tambo International (JNB) in cooperation with its South African shareholder 1time airline (1TA) which will also wet-lease its MD-80s to Fresh Air (FFR) for its first route. (1TA) will give up its own route between Johannesburg and Livingstone Maramba (LVI) on the Zambian side of the Victoria falls instead. (FFR) also has plans to add Bulawayo Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International (BUQ) and Harare International (HRE) to its network at a later stage.
November 2012: Fresh Air (Zimbabwe) (FRR) ((IATA) Code: Z7, based at Harare International (HRE)) has announced plans to resume operations from as early as December with another operator. It had launched operations on November 2 with airplanes provided by 49% joint venture shareholder 1time airline (1TA) which unfortunately ceased operations on the very same day. 51% shareholder Nu-Aero is now planning to find a new operator that will operate between Victoria Falls International (VFA) and Johannesburg Oliver Reginald Tambo International (JNB) on its behalf.