Anxiety As Max Air Passengers Stranded Amid Recurring Aircraft Faults

Passengers at Maiduguri International Airport, Borno State, find themselves stranded as a Max Air aircraft, plagued by recurring technical faults, remains grounded on its Abuja-Maiduguri route.

 Concerns escalate as passengers question the airworthiness of the troubled aircraft and urgently call on aviation authorities to intervene before a potential national catastrophe unfolds.

This comes after the same aircraft reportedly experienced a fault on Friday, yet still operated a flight to Abuja at 2 pm.

 The situation repeats itself, leaving passengers stranded and raising serious safety apprehensions. 

Witnesses revealed the grounded aircraft with stranded passengers at Maiduguri Airport, drawing parallels to the recent Abuja to Lagos incident where passengers were left stranded for six hours due to technical issues.

Despite attempts, PLATFORM TIMES could not reach Max Air for comments at the time of filing this report, amplifying the urgency for an investigation into the airline’s operational integrity.

The aviation industry faces increased scrutiny as safety concerns mount, with a recent incident involving a Dana flight from Lagos to Abuja aborting take-off due to a faulty engine. 

Passengers recount a harrowing experience, emphasizing the critical need for regulatory bodies, such as the NCAA, to address these incidents promptly.


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