Fly with Bellview Airlines
The airline was founded in 1992, in Nigeria. It shut down its operations in October 2009. The headquarters of the airlines was in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria. Its shares were handled by Bellview Airlines Nig. Ltd.
The main hub of the air carrier company was the Murtala Mohammed International Airport and its primary focus was on two cities Nnamdi Azikiwe and Port Harcourt. It flew to many destinations in Africa and also flew to certain parts of Europe. While the airline still operated flights it covered destinations like Monrovia, Ghana, Guinea, South Africa, Senegal, Serra Leone, Abuja, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Kano, The Gambia Cameroon, London and Cote d’Ivorie.
While Bellview Air was functioning it won several awards at national and international level. The logo of the company also received acclamation. Bellview’s fleet from 1997 to 200 consisted of Airbus A300-600, since 2001 it had added five Boeing 737-200. In 2005 it added three Boeing 767-200ER for its London flights.
The airlines offered passengers three classes to choose form for long haul flights. They could book tickets for first class, business class or economy class. All the passengers were treated very well by the friendly staff.
Bellview Air Fare structure and Bellview Air Flight Amenities
The economy class passengers were given good service and their ticket fare was less than those who were traveling in the other two classes.
The business class passengers were had comfortable chairs and were given a tasty meal. The first class passengers had more individual space and they could avail many on board facilities and services. Passengers traveling in Short distance flights had two options to choose from. They could either book their tickets in the economy class or in the business class.
Bellview Air Baggage Policy
Their baggage allowance varied from flight to flight and also varied according to the class chosen by the passenger. The airlines allowed check –in baggage to weigh up to 50 kg in the economy class and 30 kg for the children traveling in this class on its flights from Johannesburg to Douala, Freetown Routes and Lagos. On the same flights the baggage allowance limit was quite high for the business class passengers as well. They could carry up to 60kg’s of check-in luggage. Children who used to travel in the business class on these flights could carry up to 50 kg’s of check-in luggage. The limit for carry-on luggage which was allowed on board was 10 kg. Passengers who traveled to London from Sierra Leonean were allowed to carry luggage which weigh as much as 70 kg. Economy class passengers who traveled from Freetown were allowed to have two pieces of luggage, each weighing up to 32 kg.
Bellview Air Rewards Program
While the airline was functional it rewarded its frequent flyers with the Premium Club program.