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MedView Airline to relocate says FAAN

Posted 7 April 2016 · Add Comment

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has confirmed discussions with MedView Airline over relocating from Murtala Mohammed Airport 2, MMA2, to the General Aviation Terminal (GAT), MMA1.

The carrier has suggested it wished to move from the Bi-Courtney Aviation Services run MMA2 to the GAT, which is run by FAAN.
 
“We are aware that Medview Airline is considering coming to GAT and we have had talks about it, but that is the only airline having such a plan. We have enough space to welcome any airline and you know that we manage runway and the aprons as it were,” said FAAN spokesman Yakubu Dati.
 
The plans are said to be in motion, but with no immediate move scheduled.  
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