By Sumaila Ogbaje
The Management of Max Air Limited, says the airline recently down scaled its operations to meet the demands of its passengers in line with the Civil Aviation Regulations (CARs).
Mr Kehinde Ogunyale, Abuja Airport Station Manager of the airline, revealed this in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.
Ogunyale said that Max Air had operated with a single aircraft due to mandatory maintenance checks, adding that one was undergoing mandatory checks at Aero Hangar in Lagos and another on C-checks.
He said that the airline reduced its operations from seven to five destinations by excluding Port Harcourt and Sokoto routes as well as reduce frequencies to Lagos and Kano while combining operations to Yola and Maiduguri.
The manager said that the aircraft on mandatory checks at Aero had been recertified by the regulatory authority to resume flight on Monday.
“We were doing a one aircraft…