Medview Airline resumes flight operations to Abuja airport Wednesday



By Sade Williams

As Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja reopens on Wednesday to air traffic, Medview Airline has released a schedule with six daily flights to the nation’s capital.


The airline had on March 9, 2019 diverted all its flights to Kaduna following the closure of Abuja Airport for rehabilitation, which lasted six weeks.


In a statement by the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Engr. Lookman Animashaun, the airline said besides the six daily flights, the flights to Yola, Kano and Maiduguri will now be routed through Abuja, which has been the practice.

Muneer Bankole, MD, Medview Airline plc

Muneer Bankole, MD, Medview Airline plc

Animashaun revealed that the closure of Abuja Airport brought out the potentials of Kaduna International Airport making the airline to operate daily flight as against the 3 three weekly flights before the boom.


“Kaduna has a lot of potentials, hence we decided to maintain daily presence there”, he said.


The Airline commended the Federal Government for the extensive work carried out to improve the Kaduna International Airport.

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