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Med-View apologises to passengers over flight disruption


Med-view Airline Plc, yesterday, apologised to passengers over disruption in its flight schedule on Thursday and early yesterday, which left scores of passengers stranded in Lagos and Abuja airports.

The development was blamed on a fault detected on the operating aircraft. The affected flights were the Lagos-Abuja, Abuja-Yola, and Abuja-Maiduguri routes.
Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the airline, Michael Ajigbotosho, apologised for the inconveniences suffered by passengers, saying: “We have put in place relief measures with the use of charter flights this Friday (yesterday) and Saturday (today), by then, the operating aircraft would have been back to service.”

Ajigbotosho emphasised that safety takes priority over any other consideration in all operations of the airline and would never be compromised under any circumstance.
The airline has lately been faced with capacity issues, forcing a temporary suspension of its regional and international operations.
The airline, last month, blamed the temporary suspension of its London, Dubai and West Coast routes on a bad leasing arrangement of the two operating airplanes servicing the routes. 

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