Michael Ajigbotoso, the chief operating officer of Med-View Airline, says the airline would resume flight operations in November.
NAN reports that Ajogbotoso told journalists in Lagos on Thursday that the management of the airline has perfected plans to return to some of the old routes within the country.
The airline had suspended operations in August saying all its aircraft had been taken for maintenance.
According to him, the airline, which remains the only carrier on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), had to temporarily suspend operations due to lack of equipment.
Ajigbotoso said that the airline was in compliance with the Nigeria Civil Aviation Regulations (Nig.CARs) 22.214.171.124 (A), and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) was aware of its current status.
The aviation chief said that some aircraft of the airline which went for maintenance checks would return to service very soon.
He said that the airline would return stronger despite the recent challenge in operations, assuring that the safety and comfort of its passengers is still paramount to its operations.
Ajigbotoso commended the staff of the airline for their commitment, despite the recent operational challenges.
He also assured committed clients who had continued to stand by Med-View that the airline would not fail them.