|Hubs||Murtala Muhammed International Airport|
|Company slogan||The Airline of Nigeria|
Med-View Airline is an airline based in Lagos, Nigeria. The airline was founded in 2007 as a charter airline, mainly operating Hajj flights, and has offered domestic passenger services since November 2012. It has since expanded into regional and long-haul scheduled passenger routes. Med-View Airline Plc was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on January 31, 2017. The airline recently laid off 90% of its employees between November 2017 and June 2018. Med-View Airline owes sacked and existing workers at least N1.5billion in salary arrears, pension and other entitlements..
Med-View Airline had previously operated to nine domestic and nine international scheduled destinations in states across Nigeria, West Africa, Europe and the Middle East (as of 22 February 2015[update]).. Med-View Airline now operates to only the Nigerian capital Abuja.
The Med-View Airline fleet includes the following aircraft as of August 2018:
On April 2018, Medview Airline suspended international flight operations mostly due to debts and decreased aircraft.
By October 2018, Medview had reportedly sacked over 100 staff some of who were owed about 6 months salaries.
As of August, 2019 Medview reportedly shutdown all operations as it's only operating Aircraft went out of service. The company however promises to bounce back soon.
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