We have not suspend flight operations – Med-View Airline

The Management of Med-View Airline has informed its shareholders, stakeholders, and the general public to disregard the sensationalized headline in the media that Med-View has suspended its operation because all her planes are on maintenance, saying that the headline/reports are misleading and tantamount to ‘demarketing’. In a statement signed by its COO, Mr. Michael Ajigbotosho, Med-View said it has not at any time informed the regulatory authority (NCAA) or other any agency nor the press that their operations are suspended. The airline explained that at this time of the year,…

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FAAN MD re-affirms commitment to improved service delivery at airports, engages airline operators

The managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, Capt Rabiu Hamisu Yadudu has re-affirmed  the Authority’s commitment to the improvement of services at our airports. Speaking on Thursday, May 30 2019, at a meeting with Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) and Airline Operating Committee (AOC) at the Headquarters of the Authority in Lagos, Captain Yadudu noted that the essence of the meeting was to re-affirm the Authority’s commitment to the improvement of services at our airports and to solicit their cooperation and support in this regard. Adding that…

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Med-View Airline boss to chair 23rd LAAC annual conference

Alhaji Muneer Bankole, the chief executive officer (CEO) Med-View Airline has been selected as the Chairman of the forthcoming Conference and Awards of the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents (LAAC). Speaking with the committee in his office, recently, Bankole said that the resolutions reached at the conference in the past had helped to shape the industry. The event, which is scheduled to hold on July 17, 2019 at Raddison Blu Hotel is with the theme: ‘Boosting Aviation Investment Through Policy.’ Bankole stated that members of the league had been…

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NANTA laments absence of local laws to protect indigenous travel agencies

The President of the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA), Mr.  Bankole Bernard has lamented the absence of local laws to protect the indigenous travel agencies. Speaking at the March 2019 Quaterly Breakfast Meeting of the Aviation Round Table (ART) in Lagos on Thursday, Bernard who was the guest speaker at the event noted that there is no local content law to protect and reserve the  downstream sector for citizens of the country. He stated that there should be a way of tracking sales of tickets in the country…

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