Africa: Med-View Airlines goes Into Partnership with ACCRA WEIZO

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Med-View Airline has entered into partnership with African Travel Market, the organizers of the 3rd Edition of ACCRA WEIZO – aviation tourism holding in Accra May26-27, 2017.

Under the partnership, Med-View Airline is official carrier for the two-day seminar and exhibition, offering a robust air ticket discounts to participants of WEIZO 2017 through the organizers.

In a statement by the Executive Director, Business Development, Mr. Isiaq Na-Allah, the airline said it was proud to be associated with the promoters of travel and tourism in Africa.

According to Na-Allah, the Med-View Airline brand will be in full attendance at Accra WEIZO through the presentation and exhibition of some of its new destinations.

Top of the range will be the unveiling of the Dubai route scheduled to commence on July 4, 2017 and the expansion of its West Coast routes to Francophone cities – Abidjan, Conakry and Dakar.

The new package for the London route that will now be serviced by a B777 aircraft will also feature in the 2-day event.

“We are the airline to beat on the West Coast, London and Jeddah routes, a confident Na-Allah said.

Med-View Airline is the only carrier on the West Coast that has its shares quoted at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), and had within three months of its listing declared dividends to its shareholders.

The airline held its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Lagos on May 17, 2017 with a thunderous applause from shareholders and stakeholders for the efficient management of the airline.

Besides domestic, regional and international operations, Med-View Airline has a track record in Hajj Umrah operations in Nigeria and in some West African countries for the past 10 years.

Med-View is IATA IOSA registered and is in partnership with a number of service providers including Hahn Air, Euro Atlantic, Saudia Cargo, Air Atlanta Icelandic, etc.

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