Max Air limited has concluded arrangements to announce domestic flights to all the major Airports in Nigeria in the next few days.
The Vice Chairman of the Airline, Alhaji Bashir Mangal, who disclosed this when he received the third aircraft earmarked for the domestic operation at the Malam Aminu Kano Airport in Kano, said that the Airline is putting the final touches on arrangement to commence the operation.
“For now, we are going to start with the three Boeing 737 and as situation improves, we will bring more aircraft into the system to ease the hardship being encountered by air travellers in the country.”
Alhaji Bashir Mangal said that from the inception in 2007, Max Air has been operating with seven wide bodied aircraft Boeing 747, concentrating mainly on the annual Hajj and Umrah 0perations in Nigeria.
He said that the Airline has recruited good hands, including Pilots, Engineers, ground Staff and ground handlers to take care of the domestic operation nationwide.
Last week, Max Air concluded the airlift of over 5,000 Umrah pilgrims whom it airlifted to Saudi Arabia during Ramadan fasting period.
Max Air is also expected to participate fully in the Hajj Airlift of Nigerian Pilgrims this year, just as it participated in the evacuation of pilgrims in the West African Sub region in recent years.