The Federal Government has designated Medview Airlines on ten new foreign routes.

Yemisi Izuora


Medview Airline has recieved a huge success in its operations as the Federal Government has approved more destinations for the airline. The approval was contained in a letter addressed to the airline management dated April 23rd, 2015 by the ministry of aviation.

The letter which was signed on behalf of the minister of aviation, Osita Chidoka by the deputy director, air transport management in the ministry, M.S. Noibi listed the new designated routes as: London in United Kingdom, Lisbon in Portugal, Douala in Cameroun and Kinshasa in Democratic Republic of Congo. Other routes are; Abidjan in Cote D’Ivoire, Bamako in Mali, Monrovia in Liberia, Conakry in Guinea and Freetown in Sierra Leone.

The letter however gave the airline deadline within when to commence operations to the affected routes or lose the rights.

The letter partly stated: “You are advised to comply with all the rules and regulations of the aeronautical authorities of Nigeria and the respective countries. Also, failure to operate any of the routes mentioned above for more than six International Air Transport Association (IATA) seasons will lead to revocation of the designation in accordance with extant policy on designations.”

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