Max Air is a Nigerian charter airline. Max Air (Flymaxair) was founded in 2008. Since then the airline has grown to a fleet of 9 aircraft. The Max Air headquarters are located in Kano, Nigeria (Kano Mallam Aminu International – KAN).
Max Air booking
As with most modern airlines, you can book Max Air flights online. Did you know that you can search and compare flight ticket prices with several leading airlines using the flight booking tool at the top of this page? Book cheap flights quickly and easily with FlightScanner.com.ng.
You can make a Max Air online booking directly with the airline. Alternatively, use the flight booking tool above, to search and book cheap flights.
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Max Air contact information
Max Air Address
16, Ashton Road, Kano,
Max Air phone numbers
Max Air Head Office, Kano: +234 (0) 9090092207 and +234 (0) 9090092201
Max Air Customer Service Kano: +234 (0) 9090092200, +234 (0) 9090092237
Max Air Customer Service Lagos: +234 (0) 9090092220
Max Air Customer Service Abuja: +234 (0) 9090092221
Max Air email addresses
Compliments and complaints: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Max Air Abuja sales office
1 Zambezi Crescent
Max Air website
The official Max air website is www.maxair.com.ng and not www.flymaxair.com.ng or www.flymaxair.com and also not www.maxair.com. You can make a Max Air online booking directly on the airline website.
Check out the image below for the Max Air flight schedule. Please note that airlines update their flight schedules regularly. Use the flight search tool at the top of this page to view the available flight times to your chosen destination.
Max Air destinations
Max Air operates flights to the following destinations:
Popular Max Air flight routes
Max Air flights from Lagos to Kano
Max Air flights from Lagos to Abuja
Max Air flights from Lagos to Yola
Max Air flights from Kano to Lagos
Max Air flights from Kano to Abuja
Max Air baggage allowance
Each passenger is allowed one item of check-in baggage weighing a maximum of 20 kg. There is no free check-in baggage allowance for infants. Please note that the Max Air Checked Baggage Policy may change without notice. We recommend you contact Max Air customer service should you require confirmation of the current baggage policy.
Each passenger is allowed one item of hand baggage.
Your hand baggage must weigh a maximum of:
10 kg ONLY on international flights
8kg on domestic flights
Cabin baggage may have maximum dimensions of 56cms x 45cms x 25cms. If you are travelling with an infant you are allowed to check-in one stroller and carry on a child-care bag, containing items necessary for taking care of the infant for the duration of the flight.
Max Air check-in (at the airport)
Max Air check-in counters open:
2 hours before departure for Domestic flights
3 hours for Regional
4 hours for International flights
Please note that check-in for Max Air flights closes 30 minutes before departure for Domestic Flights, 60 minutes for Regional Flights and 60 minutes for International Flights. Please note that this is subject to change without notice. Contact Max Air customer care for confirmation of check-in desk closure times.
Max Air online check-in
You can check-in online for you Max Air flight here. Online check-in opens 24 hours before the scheduled departure time. There are several benefits to checking in online. For example, you will avoid potentially lengthy queues at the airport. In the event that the flight is overbooked, you are less likely to be ‘bumped’ if you have already checked in online. You have a better choice of seats.
In case you are wondering what it means to be ‘bumped’, this is when an airline prevents you from travelling on the flight you booked because they sold more tickets than there are seats on the plane. It is quite common for airlines to ‘oversell’ flights because it is almost guaranteed that a certain percentage of customers will not show up for the flight. The problem comes when everyone shows up and there are not enough seats for everyone.