Med-View Airline prepares for hitch-free Hajj operations

Counting on its experience in the airlift of pilgrims since 2007, Med-View Airline has once again come atop as one of the three carriers the federal government selected for the airlift of Muslims for the 2019 Hajj. The choice of Med-View Airline is rooted in existing strategic partnership with National Hajj Commission {NAHCON}, which transcends the normal brief to assisting the government agency in the airlift of stranded pilgrims in the holy land over the years. Rising to the challenge, the airline CEO, Alhaji Muneer Bankole assured all stakeholders of…

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Med-View Airlines support grassroots soccer in Lagos

Med-View Airlines has for the fourth consecutive year shown its support for grassroots soccer development in Nigeria by sponsoring the just concluded under 16 boys and girls soccer tournament in Lagos. The tournament tagged: “Med-View Airline Eko Youth Cup 2019”, in conjunction with the Lagos State Grassroot Soccer Association, came to an end as the finals took place at the Campos Mini-Stadium, Ajele on the Lagos Island. The tournament, having recorded success in the last four years, the managing director of Med-View Airline, Alh. Muneer Bankole after the finals of…

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Med-View Airline opens sales office in Lagos Sheraton, Ikeja

Med-View Airline has started to broaden its marketing base with the opening of sales office at the Lagos Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja. This is ahead of the arrival of a number of its aircraft that went for maintenance. In a statement, the airline said the new office will cater for the needs of customers in Ikeja axis and its environs, who cannot make their purchase online or go the airport. According the CEO, Alhaji Muneer Bankole “our philosophy is to make our services available to all and sundry, devoid of bottlenecks…

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Nigerian aviation environment not conducive for domestic Airlines – Med-View boss

The managing director of Med-View Airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole has said that the Nigeria aviation environment is not conducive for domestic airlines. Speaking during an interview at the 22nd League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents, LAAC seminar at the Sheraton Hotel in Lagos, Alhaji Bankole stated that the industry is bedevilled by so many political issues, security threats, financial issues, excess charges, weather, taxes and others. In the words of Bankole: “For now, those of us who are still in the business, I will say we give thanks to God…

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