Medview Airline has apologised to its passengers over inconveniences suffered following the disruption of its flight schedule on Thursday and early Friday.
The airline issued the apology in a statement signed by its Chief Operating Officer, Mr Michael Ajigbotosho, on Friday in Lagos.
Ajigbotosho said the disruption was as a result of a snag in the operating aircraft.
“We sincerely wish to offer our apology to passengers who were billed to fly with us on the Lagos-Abuja, Abuja-Yola, Abuja-Maiduguri routes for our inability to take them to their destinations as per the schedule.
“We have put in place relief measures with the use of charter flights this Friday and Saturday; by then, the operating aircraft would have been back to service,’’ he said.
Ajigbotosho said that the airline would continue to give priority to safety in its operations and would never compromise under any circumstance.
Our correspondent reports that Medview Airline’s passengers were stranded on Thursday and early Friday at the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2, Lagos following the airline’s inability to fly them to their destinations.
Some of the passengers, however, resorted to making alternative travelling arrangements in order to keep up with their appointments.