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Medview takes delivery of 4th aircraft, commits to passenger safety

MD/CEO, Med-view Airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole (2nd right) others l-r, Head of Engineering, Engr. Lookman Animashaun, Captain Mohammed Mwondha, Mr. Abdul Rahman Shaibah (Crew) and Captain Stephen Fevrier during the arrival and reception of a  new Boeing 737-400 aircraft in addition to the fleet  of Medview Airline at the tarmac of Murtala Muhammed Airport 2 in Lagos.

Fast growing airline, Medview Airline as part of its expansion programme, Medview has taken delivery of another B737 aircraft, bringing the number to four.

Speaking after taking custody of the aircraft at MMA2,  Ikeja, the airline Managing Director/CEO. Alhaji Muneer Bankole said the aircraft will be dedicated to the Lagos-Abuja- Yola route, saying another B737 aircraft will join the fleet by the end of March
“We are committed to give our passengers quality service which is hinged on safety, on time departure, good inflight services and good customer care for which we are known”, Alhaji Bankole said.
Apparently referring to the all Nigerian crew that flew in the aircraft, he said Medview airline is at the forefront of manpower development to check expatriates dominance of the industry, and its consequence of capital flight.
The airline has mapped out strategies to open up new domestic routes with Kano, Asaba and Uyo on the front burner.

The Dubai and Jeddah routes will be serviced by a B767 aircraft, which will soon be delivered

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