Max Air will recommence its domestic flight operations on Sunday, July 30, after a two-week suspension imposed by the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) due to safety concerns. The airline announced the resumption in a statement on Saturday night, assuring passengers that the safety issues had been adequately addressed.
The statement conveyed the airline’s gratitude to its valued customers for their understanding and patience during the period of suspension. Max Air emphasized its commitment to passenger safety and stated that after conducting a thorough internal investigation, it was revealed that the operations were impacted by adulterated fuel.
As a result, the airline promptly initiated an in-house audit and voluntarily suspended operations for two days before the NCAA intervened. Max Air’s dedicated team has been working tirelessly to address the safety concerns and ensure a seamless travel experience for its passengers.
The statement also apologized for any disruptions caused and assured passengers that the customer support team is available to assist with inquiries and provide necessary support. Max Air is eager to resume its operations while prioritizing the safety and comfort of its passengers.
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