Air Peace takes delivery of 3rd Boeing 777 aircraft

Air Peace on Wednesday pushed Nigeria’s aviation profile a notch higher with the delivery of its third Boeing 777 aircraft. The airline took delivery of its first Boeing 777 aircraft on February 23, 2018, making history as the first Nigerian carrier to acquire and register the type of aircraft in the country. The aircraft marked 5N-BVE and named “Ifechukwu” was soon followed with the delivery of a second Boeing 777 marked 5N-BUU and named “Ojochide” six months after on August 25, 2018. The airline’s latest bird of steel touched down…

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Again, Air Peace emerges best airline at Nigeria Travel Awards

Air Peace Corporate Communications Manager, Mr Chris Iwarah flanked by the Assistant Customer Relations Manager, Mrs. Patricia Ebilah (right) and Jumia Travel Head of Sales, Central Africa, Ms. Chimezie Nwigwe receiving the carrier’s ‘Best Local Airline of the Year’ award at Nigeria Travel Awards organised by Jumia Travel in Lagos on Monday Air Peace has again been chosen as Nigeria’s best airline, garnering a whopping 44.7 percent of the total votes cast in the domestic airlines category of the third edition of the Nigeria Travel Awards organised by Jumia Travel…

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We have not altered plans to operate UAE flights from Murtala Muhammed Airport- Air Peace

Air Peace on Tuesday dismissed reports that it plans to originate its flights to Sharjah and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from Port Harcourt, Rivers State. A statement signed by the carrier’s corporate communications manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah said it had not altered its plan to commence its Sharjah and Dubai services from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. The Lagos airport, the airline insisted, was strategic to the launch of its international flight operations. Air Peace assured that arrangements for its long-haul flight services to Dubai, Sharjah,…

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You’re life savers, NDLEA tells Air Peace crew

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has urged Air Peace crew to consider their role in exposing drug couriers as a commitment to save lives. Speaking during an eight-day training for Air Peace cabin crew members, which opened at the weekend in Lagos, the agency warned that those involved in drug peddling risked killing themselves or being executed if caught in some countries of the world with harsh anti-drug laws. The training is part of the sensitisation programme for the carrier’s crew in preparation for the airline’s international flight operations…

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Air Peace sets new record with Bayelsa airport, commends Dickson

Photo Caption: Air Peace Chief Operating Officer, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Olajide in a handshake with Bayelsa State Governor, Henry Seriake Dickson moments after the carrier made history as the first commercial airline to fly into the newly-built Bayelsa International Airport on Thursday. Air Peace on Thursday increased its tally of firsts, setting a new record as the first commercial airline to fly into the newly-built Bayelsa International Airport. The airline, which is credited with many recording-setting events, including being the first to acquire and register a Boeing 777 in Nigeria as…

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Air Peace boss, Onyema tasks aviation staff on integrity as Airline honours pioneer manager

Photo Caption: Air Peace Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Allen Onyema (right) presenting a certificate and plaque to the airline’s pioneer Flight Operations Manager, Mr. Olawale Amos Olajide in appreciation of the latter’s service to the carrier, while Mrs. Paulina Olajide applauds during a retirement reception by Air Peace in honour of Olajide in Lagos on Thursday Chairman/chief executive officer of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema on Thursday urged aviation workers, especially those in the airline arm of the industry, to imbibe the virtues of hard work, humility, honesty and integrity…

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Passengers hail Air Peace crew over hoax bomb threat

Passengers on Wednesday commended the crew of Air Peace Flight P4 7121 for prioritising their safety and returning to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja after receiving information that there was an explosive on board the aircraft. A statement issued by the Corporate Communications Manager of the carrier, Mr. Chris Iwarah confirmed the incident, saying the operating crew acted professionally and took the decision to return as a precaution. He attributed the false information to an intending passenger who was denied boarding after the crew suspected that he might be…

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Air Peace emerges airline of the year, pledges to sustain standards

Photo Caption: Air Peace Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah receiving the carrier’s Airline of the Year 2018 Award from the Chairman of Independent Awards 2018, Engr. Mansur Ahmed (left) during the event in Lagos on Thursday, while Air Peace Assistant Customer Relations Manager, Mrs. Patricia Ebilah looks on Air Peace on Thursday pledged to sustain its high safety standards and continue to strive to bring Nigeria honour in the global aviation industry after emerging Airline of the Year at Independent Awards 2018 held in Lagos. Organisers of the awards,…

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Air Peace begins Port Harcourt NAF Base flights Jan 18

Air Peace has announced plans to commence daily flights into the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Base in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on January 18. A statement issued by the airline’s Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah confirmed that the airline would operate from the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2, Lagos and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja into and out of the Port Harcourt NAF Base. The operations, he said, would be managed by the carrier’s subsidiary, Air Peace Hopper as part of its no-city-left behind project targeted at connecting underserved…

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Air Peace crew foil attempt to traffic 3-day-old baby

Eagle-eyed Air Peace all-female crew comprising Captain Sinmisola Ajibola, Senior First Officer Onohi Agboighale, Mojoko Ewane, Taiye Abbey, Victoria Ukpiaifo and Ngozi Ezeamaka on Sunday frustrated an attempt by a middle-aged woman and her collaborators to traffic a three-day-old baby boy through the Port Harcourt Airport to Lagos. The suspect had booked Air Peace Port Harcourt-Lagos Flight P4 7393 on Sunday. During boarding, the Lead Crew of the flight, Mojoko Ewane observed that the suspect was handling the baby in an awkward manner and decided to question her. When she…

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