No fewer than 150 Medview London bound passengers were over the weekend stranded at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport following a snag developed by its B747 aircraft.
Daily Times investigation revealed that the passengers were stranded last week when the aircraft developed problem.
It was learnt that while some passengers returned to their home some were taken to hotels and could not be ascertained when the issue will be resolved.
The airline is presently preparing to lift the 2017 pilgrims to hajj in the next few days.
In a statement by the Medview management, the airline said it has reached out to the affected passengers and by 3 pm on Monday (today) all the issues would have been resolved.
“We are deeply sorry for all the inconveniences suffered by the affected passengers and everything possible within Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) in aviation is being done to airlift them.”
The airline said it will not abandon its obligations to passengers, saying that safety comes first in all its operations.