Nigerian airline, Max Air has announced that its domestic flight operations will resume on Sunday, July 30, two weeks after its operations were suspended.
Recall that the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority suspended the airline’s operations on July 13 over safety concerns.
Announcing the resumption in a statement on Saturday night, Max Air assured its passengers that the safety issues raised had been addressed.
The statement reads: “Max Air Limited is pleased to announce the resumption of domestic flight operations from Sunday, July 30, 2023, following a temporary suspension due to safety concerns.
“We want to express our gratitude to our valued customers for their understanding and patience during this period.
“Safety is at the core of MaxAir Limited’s values, and we take our commitment to passenger safety with the utmost seriousness. After conducting a thorough internal investigation, it was brought to our attention that our operations were impacted by adulterated fuel.
“As a result, we promptly initiated an in-house audit and, in the interest of passenger safety, voluntarily suspended our operations for two days before the intervention of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
“We would like to reassure all our passengers that we have been working diligently to address the safety concerns raised during this suspension period.”
The statement continues: “Our dedicated team has been working around the clock to resolve these issues. We understand the importance of your travel plans and the trust you place in MaxAir Limited.
“We apologise for any disruption caused and assure you that our customer support team is available to assist with any inquiries and provide you with the necessary support to make your travel experience seamless.”