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Med-View Airlines Plane Returns to Lagos due to Faulty Air Conditioning System

med viewMed-View Airlines flight VL-2100 had to return and make an emergency landing at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria, on November 5.

The Boeing 737-400, flying to Abuja, Nigeria, had to return due to problems with its air conditioning system.

The plane landed uneventfully.

No one was injured.

MedView Airlines Lagos-Abuja Flight Makes Emergency Landing

A local MedView Airlines flight in Nigeria, set from Lagos to the capital city Abuja, had to return and make an emergency landing immediately after take off.1

Initial reports reveal that Genga Daniel, former Ogun State governor, was also on board.

While the real reason behind emergency landing is still unclear, some passengers reported that just after the take off, the plane’s cabin got filled with smoke.

The passengers were safely evacuated through the emergency exit.

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Med View Emergency Landing, Lagos

On January 27, 2013, a Med View flight was en route from Lagos to Abuja when it developed sudden problems in one engine. Passengers panicked when they heard a boom at 12:30, and the plane began to fly unsteadily.

73 passengers were aboard the twelve o’clock flight that had started fifteen minutes late at Murtala Muhammed Airport.

Pilots shut down the affected engine and made a safe return to Lagos with emergency services on standby.

Apparently pilot and crew made no announcements, but they did handle the emergency and get the plane down safely.

Passengers were provided an alternative flight to Abuja on a 737.

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