Max Air Limited said on Monday it had made 62 flights with over 32,000 prospective pilgrims to Saudi Arabia since the exercise started on September 6.
The airline’s public relations manager, Alhaji Ibrahim Dahiru, disclosed this in an interview with the NAN in Kano.
According to him, the airline made nine flights for prospective pilgrims from Sokoto, and seven trips each for Kebbi and Zamfara.
“We have completed the transportation of prospective pilgrims from Kano, Katsina, Lagos, Niger and Jigawa.
“We are making progress. We have deployed all our five Boeing 747 aircraft for this Hajj operation,” he said.
He said that the airline was now concentrating on prospective pilgrims of Borno, Gombe, Yobe and Taraba states.
Dahiru gave the assurance that the airline would complete the transportation of prospective pilgrims by Thursday.
The airline was scheduled to transport a total of 40,486 prospective pilgrims from 15 states of the federation to Saudi Arabia for the 2014 Hajj.