Medview Airline has revealed plans to increase its fleet for its impending routes by adding five Boeing aircraft to its already existing aircraft.
The airline in a PowerPoint presentation delivered by its Head, Business management, Isiaq Na’Allah revealed that the airline intends to purchase a Boeing 747-400, a Boeing 737-400, two Boeing 737-800 and a 767-300ER all in a bid to start its new routes which has been approved for the airline.
According to Na’Allah who was speaking to travel agents on what the airline offers them and by extension their clients, explained that the airline has been designated on many international routes and would soon commence its Dubai operations four times in a week.
He said, “The Federal Ministry of Aviation and the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have granted us the approval to commence operations into Dubai four times weekly and we will soon commence that once our aircraft is on ground.”
The fast rising carrier has already commenced two international routes in November to London, Gatwick and in December to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and have expressed the growth of traffic on the airline in those routes.
The airline also said it had rounded off documentation and was ready to do interlines with other airlines the minute it is done with its IATA safety Operational Audit (IOSA).
This audit allows the airline join the league of airlines in choosing partners they can do business with by showing them their safety sheet.
IOSA certification was one of the outcomes of the Abuja Declaration of 2013 that airlines in the African continent be IOSA certified and entrench safety as a system in their airlines, it comprises a serious of rigorous and expensive audits aimed at ensuring the airline complies with its documented safety management system, Medview is already in the process of this.