Med-View Airline will on Monday, October 27 begin flight services to Abidjan, Conakry and Dakar as it deepens operations in the West Coast.
With the three new cities, the airline now has six destinations on the West Coast as Accra, Monrovia and Freetown are already on its network.
The flights to the new destinations will be three times a week – Monday, Wednesday and Friday with early departures (7.30am) from Lagos.
The airline’s new generation aircraft -B737-800 is scheduled to service the route.
Fresh from Saudi Arabia, Medview CEO, Alhaji Muneer Bankole who successfully coordinated the 2017 Hajj in which the airline airlifted over 17,000 pilgrims declared, “our expansion programme is informed by research and planning.
“In the very near future, we will be operating to Johannesburg, South Africa; Lisbon, Portugal; Libreville, Gabon and Houston in the US,’ the CEO said.
He disclosed that the airline has already positioned for Dubai come November /December.