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Medview Airline expands network to Kaduna, connects Kaduna with Abuja

As part of efforts to spread its network, Medview Airline has announced commencement of flight operations into the Kaduna Airport from Lagos effective Monday, March 7, 2016.

In the new schedule released by the airline, the Lagos flight will connect Abuja from Kaduna on its return journey.

The flight is billed to depart Lagos by 7.30 am and arrive Kaduna at 8.30 am, and thereafter depart for Abuja at 9.10 am.

Medview Airline aircraft
Medview Airline aircraft

With Kaduna, Medview Airline has effectively connected eight cities- Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Yola, Kano and Maiduguri on its domestic network.

Managing Director/CEO of Medview Airline. Alhaji Muneer Bankole while explaining the rationale for choosing Kaduna, said: “We want to ease the pains of travellers in that axis”

Medview Airline recently revealed plans to increase its fleet for its route expansion both on the domestic and international by adding five Boeing aircraft to its already existing aircraft and has signed an agreement with Icelandic Air Atlanta for the acquisition of a Boeing 747-400 aircraft that the airline has slated for its hajj operations.

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