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Med-view Airline announces relaunch of Yola/Maiduguri routes with B737-800NG aircraft

WITH the return of some of its aircraft from maintenance, Med-View Airline yesterday said it will relaunch the Yola and Maiduguri routes on Tuesday, 18 December, and increase flights on Lagos-Abuja route, using the B737-800 NG aircraft.

In a statement by the airline’s Head of Commercial, Mr. Trevor Henry said the relaunch of its traditional routes is anchored on the re-fleeting program of the airline

The number of flights on the Lagos-Abuja route will increase to three daily round trips on weekdays to offer better departure timings throughout the day.

Mr Henry commended the Med-View passengers for their continued patronage and assured them of better customer service and reliability.

Med-View’s management said it wishes all its loyal passengers a Happy Festive Season and a prosperous New Year in advance.

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“We are desirous of having members of the public make their contributions to our international offering. We want them to own the high-quality service we hope to provide to give Nigerians, Africans and other members of the flying public a great alternative on some important international routes. In a few days, we will be announcing a firm date for the commencement of our Sharjah, United Arab Emirates service.

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