Med-View Airline offers promo fares on Lagos-Abuja route

Ahead of the Easter period, Med-View Airline has announced a one month promotional fares of  N21,000  Lagos-Abuja and N19,500 Abuja to Lagos. In a statement by the airline Head, Commercial, Mr. Trevor Henry said the promo fares which started on March 1, 2019 will run till March 31, 2019. According to him, the reduction in fares on the route was designed to reward loyal customers of the airline. Mr. Henry that explained tickets can be obtained online or at any of its sales counters in Lagos and Abuja. The airline…

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Med-View Airline to relaunch Yola, Maiduguri flights Dec. 18, increases Lagos-Abuja flights

Med-View Airline to relaunch Yola, Maiduguri flights Dec. 18, increases Lagos-Abuja flights Med-View Airline yesterday said it will relaunch the Yola and Maiduguri routes on Tuesday, 18 December, and increase  flights on Lagos-Abuja route, using the B737-800 NG aircraft. This coming  with the return of some of its aircraft from maintenance. A statement by the airline’s Head of Commercial, Mr. Trevor Henry said the relaunch of its traditional routes is anchored on the re-fleeting program of the airline The number of flights on the Lagos-Abuja route will increase to three…

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Med-View Airline dismisses misleading report about operations

The Management of Med-View Airline has dismissed a misleading report about its operations, describing it as false. Med-View Airline while reacting to reports on Thursday, said most of the issues raised  in it were tainted with falsehood. In a statement by the executive director, Business Development, Alhaji Isiaq Na-Allah, the airline said the story which loomed large on reorganisation, maintenance and staff welfare fell short of ethics of journalism, which entails reflecting both sides of an issue. The statement said that any reasonable organisation with business model will react to…

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Med-View Airline explains staff rationalisation

The management of Med-View Airline has explained its staff rationalisation. The Airline said it is currently restructuring in order to fully maximize its operation and prepare adequately for the challenges ahead going by the realities of the prevailing economic situation. In a statement signed by Med-View Airline’s executive director business development, Alhaji Isiaq Na-Allah, the airline explained further that In the course of the exercise, some staff, about 60 in numbers, were required to step aside as a result of downsizing with a geniue intention to recall them back as…

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Hajj: Kaduna Pilgrims Board lauds Med- View Airline for consistency

Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Board has commended Med- View Airline for its consistency in the airlift of Muslim pilgrims to the Holly Land on on annual basis. The Overseer of the Board, Imam Hussain Suleiman made the commendation in Kaduna on Monday when the airline commenced the airlift of pilgrims from Kaduna State, thus putting paid speculations that Med-View Airline has no capacity for the operation. Med-View Airline lived to its billing when it airlifted 322 pilgrims including 10 officials to Medina on Monday night. Imam Suleiman said the airlift…

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Med-View Airline airlifts 322 pilgrims from Kaduna Airport

Picture Caption Kaduna state pilgrims boarding Med-view Airline B777-200  Extened Range aircraft at Kaduna Int’l Airport on Monday August 6 Med-View Airline on Monday, August 6 at 7. 09 pm at Kaduna International Airport airlifted 322 persons comprising of 312 pilgrims and 10 officials from the state aboard Boeing 777-200 series Extended Range with registration number 5N-BVY to Medina, Saudi Arabia. The airlift of the Kaduna State pilgrims is coming few days after the airline airlifted 320 pilgrims from Lagos State, a development that signaled the commencement of this year’s…

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Hajj: Med-View Airline begins airlift of 10,000 Pilgrims from Lagos

Med-View Airline on Thursday August 2nd commenced the 2018 airlift of Pilgrims from Lagos state to Mecca. No fewer than three hundred and twenty pilgrims were airlifted from the hajj camp of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport(MMIA) on board Med-view Airline at about 6:30am. The pilgrims started boarding the airline’s newly acquired Boeing 777-200 as early as 5:30 and were done with formalities before 6:00am. The airline is scheduled to airlift no fewer than 2001 passengers from Lagos alone and has a total of 10,000 pilgrims of the 95,0000 pilgrims…

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Interlining is the way to go in aviation business – Onyema, Air Peace boss

“SAATM has to be in level of reciprocity, not one sided” “Airport infrastructures not supportive of airlines operations” From peace building to aviation, Barrister Allen Onyema, the chairman of Air Peace has taken the Nigerian aviation industry by storm, redefining the business of air travel in Nigeria and West Africa. Onyema has always been vocal and passionate on the problems confronting the domestic airlines, the Nigerian aviation industry, and ways forward. In this interview with Franklin Ihejirika at the recently concluded 22nd Annual Seminar of the League of Airport and…

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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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