Great expectations after mixed fortunes in local air transport
The disappointments of 2019 were indeed glaring. But the marginal growth in the air transport business was fairly comforting and reassures a better 2020 – if the decision-makers are willing.
Med-View denies operation shut down
Despite its absence from both regional and local routes in the last two weeks, Med-View Airlines Plc. has denied the suspension of flight operations. The management of the airline yesterday urged its shareholders, stakeholders, and the general public to disregard reports suggestion the suspension...
Med-View Air suspends Dubai operations over leasing contract default
Med-View Airlines Plc has suspended its Dubai operations.
Stranded Med-View passengers protest at Lagos, London airports
Scores of Med-View Airlines’ passengers yesterday staged a protest at the international wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, over alleged rescheduling or cancellation of flights.
Med-view set for Dubai operations, decorates pilots
Med-view airlines Plc is set to commence flight operations between Lagos and Dubai by the end of the year following a recent approval by the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) authorities.
Low capacity disrupts Med-View Lagos-London operations
Inadequate capacity in the international operations of Med-View Airlines has been attributed as the cause of disruptions witnessed in its Lagos-London operations in the last five days...
Regulators probe stowaway on Med-View Lagos-London flight
Regulatory authorities in the aviation sector have commenced investigation of another stowaway on Med-View Airlines' Lagos-London flight.The stowaway, Emmanuel Ugochukwu, hid in the front wheel of the commercial flight, travelling unnoticed from Lagos to London and back to Lagos last weekend.
Stakeholders decry dearth of personnel at NCAA
Spokesperson of the NCAA, Sam Adurogboye, said the temporary restriction of Med-View is not an indictment on the regulator or its operations.
Med-View Airlines lists on Nigeria Stock Exchange, eyes N58b growth
Med-View Airlines yesterday listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) offering N9.75 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each at N1.50 per share, indicating a start-off market capitalisation of N14.63 billion.