Nigerian airline, Max Air, has announced plans to send Boeing 747-400 aircraft to evacuate 560 stranded Nigerians who fled from the war-torn Sudan and are now in Egypt.
Max Air made the announcement in a statement issued by the Airline’s management on Thursday, and made available to journalists.
while reaffirming its commitment to the safety and well-being of Nigerians, Max Air assured of its readiness to go anywhere to bring the citizens back home.
The statement reads, “We are happy to announce that Max Air, would be sending our Boeing 747-400 aircraft to evacuate 560 Nigerians who fled from the crisis-stricken Sudan and are now in Egypt. d a better Nigeria of our dreams.
“The airline reaffirms its commitment to the safety and well-being of Nigerians, and is always ready to go anywhere to bring Nigerians back home.
“As a Nigerian airline, we must do all that we can to help our fellow citizens in times of crisis.
“Our mission has always been to connect Nigerians to their loved ones, and we will continue to do so even in the most challenging times.
“Nigeria would always be our home, and no matter how terribly things may be, we would always find our way back. As Nigerians, we should all try to be more patriotic and help build a better Nigeria of our dreams.
“Our hearts go out to the people of Sudan during this challenging time. We pray for peace, stability, and prosperity for all Sudanese people.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our fellow citizens, and we remain committed to delivering the best possible service to all Nigerians.”