Med-View Expands Fleet, Acquires Boeing 737-400 Classic
As part of its plans to boost its operations as well as expand its fleet, Med-View Airline has acquired a Boeing 737-400 Classic aircraft with a capacity for 150 passengers in business and economy classes.
The airline now has five Boeing aircraft in its fleet.
Managing Director of the airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole, said the aircraft had undergone necessary inspection and certification by the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), inspectors before it was flown into the country from Thailand.
He added that the introduction of the aircraft was an integral part of the airline’s long-term business plan, adding that the aircraft would immediately be deployed to the Yola route.
Bankole further explained that another Boeing 767 aircraft would join the airline’s fleet very soon, saying that the expected aircraft would be deployed to the and Dubai route, which it hoped to commence by the last week of June.
In his words: “We are as usual poised to give our customers the best of service and with the introduction of our additional new ‘baby’, we will definitely expand our fleet and operations. The aircraft you are seeing today has undergone significant internal enhancements to ensure that our customers enjoy the unique and outstanding onboard experience they have come to expect from the airline.”