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SAHCOL management promises Medview qualitative handling service

Management of Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL), led by its Acting Managing Director of Rizwan Kadri has congratulated Medview Airlines for its new routes and expansions assuring of the ground handlers best of services to the airline.

Acting Managing Director led a team of Management staff on a courtesy call on the Managing Director of Medview Airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole, at his office, in Ikeja.

Rizwan Kadri, going back memory lane opined that Medview Airlines and SAHCOL has a long-lasting relationship, hence believed that SAHCOL is more of a business partner to Medview Airlines, as a result promised that SAHCOL will continue to give Medview Airlines the best of ground handling services to support the Airline’s unique selling point of on-time departures.

The Managing Director of Medview Airlines, Alhaji Muneer Bankole while welcoming the Ag. Managing Director and his team, reminded them that the Medview Airlines’ unique selling point is ‘on-time departures’, which he believes SAHCOL is key in making possible.

Alh. Bankole recalled that the relationship between SAHCOL and Medview Airlines started in November, 2012. SAHCOL, according to him has come a long way in the making of the success story of Medview, such that they no longer see SAHCOL as part of its service providers but as partners.

The visit which gave the Acting Managing Director of SAHCOL an opportunity to meet with the Managing Director of Medview Airlines for the first time in an official capacity, also brought Management teams from both sides together in a relaxed atmosphere, while issues of mutual interest were progressively discussed.

SAHCOL is a major provider of Aviation Ground Handling Services in Nigeria. Offering services in Passenger Handling, Ramp Handling, Cargo Handling and Warehousing, Aviation security, Baggage Reconciliation, Crew Bus, Executive Lounge, and other related Ground Handling services.

The Ground Handling Company was bought over from the Federal Government of Nigeria by SIFAX Group in December, 2009, after which the company became an ISAGO certified operator. It has continued to develop and earn acceptability of Domestic and International airlines operating within and into Nigeria.

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  1. Nice that Bristow’s NAAPE unit have slowed down. Okay, let’s see what arbitration will do

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