One of Nigeria’s airlines, First Nation Airline has postponed resumption of its flight operations, earlier scheduled for Thursday.
The airline had on August 17 suspended operations to enable the aircraft in its fleet undergo engine maintenance.
According to reports, the airline may resume operations on September 17 immediately after maintenance is carried out on the aircraft.
The airline’s Director of Flight Operations, Capt. Chimara Imediegwu, had on September 6 told newsmen that a team of engineers were coming to Nigeria to service the planes.
Imediegwu had challenged the claims that the airline was on the verge of folding up, insisting that it voluntarily grounded the aircraft at enormous cost to await the arrival of the manufacturer’s team. (Channels TV)
Source: News Express.