… Faults Reports About Its Operations
Med-View Airline has said that the four airplanes in its fleet are wholly owned by Medview Airline Plc and not leased as being speculated
This is just as the carrier refuted reports in some online media about its operations, which according to it were fraught with falsehood.
The airline faulted the reports in a statement issued by the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Michael Ajigbotosho and made available to aviation journalists in Lagos.
Ajigbotosho stated that to set the records straight, the aircraft being referred to were acquired at various time from Aercap and not from Thai Airways.
He said there was a lot of misinformation about the airline indebtedness to vendors, adding that anyone who wants to know the truth should reach out to the concerned agencies including FAAN amongst others.
The airline further stated that in an ongoing business, it was normal to have agreements with service providers to give line of credit, which is a standard industry practice.
“The suspension of operations into some of our international routes has to do with our two aircraft- B767-300ER for cabin reconfiguration and B737-500 undergoing maintenance. They have nothing to do with threats or any debt burden,” the airline explained
Ajigbotosho assured that as soon as the aircraft return to service, the airline would restore operations to those routes.
According to Med-View, “We frown at “Copy and Paste Journalism” and we encourage those, who want to reflect the truth to balance their reports by reaching out to us as well as appropriate agencies.”