Saudia Cargo signs Nigeria deal

NIGERIAN charter operator – Medview Airlines – has signed a deal with Saudia Cargo to be its GSA between Nigeria and Jeddah.

“By this agreement, Medview has the sole responsibility of generating business for Saudia Cargo, which is a subsidiary of the Saudi Arabian Airlines, the Kingdom’s national carrier,” said David Babatunde, general manager of Medview.

The agreement includes the Saudia Cargo’s flights into Lagos and Abuja, but flights from Kano will be handled by a separate company.

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