Medview Airlines has honoured some of its partners including aviation agencies, service providers as well as staff for outstanding performances in the year 2016.
The appreciation night saw no fewer than 55 of the airlines’ 365 staff members getting awards for their performance and commitment to the Medview dream.
The airline gave awards to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) at Medview Airline’s 2016 Award Night.
It also awarded its service providers for being steadfast all through the year; these include Forte Oil, Oando, Cleanserve, Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited, Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL), Aviation Logistics, Sky Catering, Things Remembered, K-One Hotel, and Welcome Hotel.
Medview Airline also thanked its staff for their hard work and perseverance while awarding them based on the years they have toiled with the airline to greatness, with the Chairman of the Airline, Alhaji Muneer Bankole, going back to memory lane to thank other people who toiled with him from the onset of the dream.
He urged government not to throw aviation to the back burner as it is the catalyst for growth everywhere in the world stating that the year has not been particularly good for airlines with all the inherent challenges.
Bankole however said that despite the challenges, Medview was opening more routes in the West African region especially with its Monrovia-Liberia and Freetown-Sierra Leone flight services, promising that the flying public should expect more from the airline in 2017.
According to him, the flight service would also improve business activities, capacities and capabilities of people of the two countries, adding that the Airline is in Liberia and Sierra Leone to create jobs for the people of the two countries.
He assured that the airline would be consistent in the new routes, saying the airline would expand in the two countries and provide more jobs for their people.
Speaking at the event, former Managing Director of SAHCOL now board member of the company, Dr. Olu Owolabi, expressed joy and satisfaction at how far Medview has achieved in a short time attributing it to the dexterity and managerial acumen of its chairman.