1. Medview Airline has announced that it is in talks with the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for its listing and offer significant part of its shares to the Nigerian public.
2. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole disclosed this at a briefing to mark the two years anniversary of the airline in Lagos.
3. Alhaji Bankoke also said the airline has started discussions with some foreign carriers in the Middle East on how to secure codeshare and other operational agreements ahead of its planned flight operations into Dubai, and Jeddah, two out of the four international destinations it has been designated to by the federal government.
4. The Medview CEO, after a review of its two years of operation, said it has provided scheduled commercial service in the domestic operations and has airlifted over 756, 437 passengers. It also disclosed plans to extend flights into Kano, Owerri, Calabar and Uyo as it increases its fleet size from four aircraft to six.
5. The CEO said the airline has also flown over 250, 000 Muslim pilgrims to Saudi Arabia since 2007 and explained that the airline decided to go to the Stock Exchange to make it the people’s airline.