Nigeria’s Air Peace took delivery of it’s 12th aircraft which just landed at the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos. The airline said the arrival of the aircraft will greatly boost its expansion drive. Air Peace, it would be recalled had commenced its daily Lagos-Accra-Lagos flight operations on February 16. Air Peace is also planning to start flight operations to Sokoto in within days.
In a statement announcing the arrival of the latest aircraft, the Chief Operating Officer of Air Peace, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Olajide said: “Our customers are our greatest asset. Their support and loyalty have ensured our rapid growth, expansion and choice as Nigeria’s preferred airline. Our banks and other creditors have also been very supportive because of our integrity.”
The airline, she added, was uncompromising in the maintenance of its aircraft to guarantee the safety of its customers.
“Two of our aircraft are also arriving from C-check. We insisted on the regulatory heavy maintenance in accordance with Boeing requirements. We insist on very high safety standards because we greatly value the lives of our esteemed customers. The coming of our new aircraft will infuse new energy into our expansion drive. On February 16, 2017 we commenced our daily Lagos-Accra-Lagos operations.”
“Any moment from now, we intend hitting more regional and international destinations, including Abidjan, Douala, Niamey, Dakar, Johannesburg, South Africa, Dubai, Mumbai, Guangzhou-China, Atlanta and London. We will also be covering more local destinations in a matter of days. Already, we are set to commence flight operations into Sokoto. So we are getting more aircraft and doing heavy maintenance of our fleet to sustain the high safety standards we have been known for since we started commercial flight operations.”
Air Peace is a private Nigerian airline with its head office in Lagos State, Nigeria. Air Peace, which provides passenger and charter services, serves the major cities of Nigeria. It was founded in 2013.