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Pix from left Alhaji Ishaq Na'Allah, Executive Director, Business Development, Medview Airline; Mr Kumar Jagadeesan, General Manager, UAE and Oman, Anta Group; Mr Shirantha Senteviratne, Manager and Alhaji Muneer Bankole, MD, Medview Airline during the Med-View Airline Trade Partners' forum on Dubai route and Tour Packages held in Lagos. Photo Lamidi Bamidele

Medview prepares for Dubai operations, enters partnership with Anta

Ahead of plans to kick start flight operations into the United Arab Emirate (UAE), Medview Airline has restated its commitment to meet the yearnings of Nigerians by providing affordable flights with plenty of luggage space to boot.

This is just as the airline has entered into partnership with travel management company, Anta, from the UAE, to ensure that Nigerians travelling to Dubai on Medview will experience the best in business or leisure travel, opening a wide variety of activities for potential passengers.

Speaking at a Trade Partner Forum, the managing director of Medview Airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole said the airline has come of age always delivering on its promises since commencement of all operations making it not just a reliable airline but a consistent airline.

Pix from left Alhaji Ishaq Na'Allah, Executive Director, Business Development, Medview Airline; Mr Kumar Jagadeesan, General Manager, UAE and Oman, Anta Group; Mr Shirantha Senteviratne, Manager and Alhaji Muneer Bankole, MD, Medview Airline during the Med-View Airline Trade Partners' forum on Dubai route and Tour Packages held in Lagos. Photo Lamidi Bamidele
Pix from left Alhaji Ishaq Na’Allah, Executive Director, Business Development, Medview Airline; Mr Kumar Jagadeesan, General Manager, UAE and Oman, Anta Group; Mr Shirantha Senteviratne, Manager and Alhaji Muneer Bankole, MD, Medview Airline during the Med-View Airline Trade Partners’ forum on Dubai route and Tour Packages held in Lagos. Photo Lamidi Bamidele

Although he said Medview was not ready to release its entire package for the UAE operations slated for the summer just yet, Bankole said that at Medview they are well aware of Nigerians’ wanting to carry a lot of luggage and as a response to that they will be giving a 3 piece luggage room for Business class at 75kilogram and that is just for starters.

According to Bankole, the airline has will always do what is right and ensure its safety is priority stating further that  Medview started from humble beginnings as a travel agency before taking initiative and venturing into hajj operations and now scheduled domestic and international operations , always excelling in what it does,

On competition on the Dubai route, one that has seen off two major Nigerian players over the years, Bankole expressed optimism that competition is to help them at Medview get better, according to him, the airline was not worried and other carriers on the route will keep them on their toes and drive them to success.

The Medview boss also called on partners, travel agents to be part of the success story and aiding them to grow as an airline stating that Medview got to its heights with the support they brought to the table further urging them not to stop supporting the airline.

Speaking on the partnership with Medview, General Manager Anta Group, UAE& Omar, Kumar Jagadeensan expressed delight to be partnering with the airline while commending its CEO for his forward thinking mentality,

Jagadeensan said the airline’s commitment was unrivalled and that this partnership forged will bring additional value to Medview operations to the UAE as it is a fantastic service that is set up to go the extra mile to sell memories and not just packages to clients.

Also some members of the public were given opportunity to ask questions and advice and they came up with some areas the airline needed to improve upon.

The Medview boss assured them that the airline only got where it did because it listened to constructive criticism and took advice from all its partners, stressing that Medview as an airline will look into their suggestions and come out stronger for it.

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