Med-View Airline has suspended international operations and reduced its regional routes to just two destinations due to lack of adequate aircraft.

The airline says it suspended operations into some of its international routes because a B767-300ER and B737-500 were out for cabin reconfigurations.

The carrier had flown to London Gatwick, Jeddah and Dubai, some of which stop operating earlier in 2018. Med-View also flew to Dakar, Accra, Abidjan, but stopped the flights, in part to debts owed to Ghana.

Flights to Monrovia and Freetown are still in operation, utilizing its two remaining aircraft -- both B737-400s. Both were acquired from Thai Airways International.

Med-View is also having trouble sourcing aircraft from euroAtlantic Airways, as backup aircraft -- per their contract -- are not available to help stabilize its operations.