Air Peace to begin flight operations to Mumbai in March, Tel Aviv to follow

Air Peace is set to begin flight operations to Mumbai, India in March 2020. This is just as the airline has also concluded arrangements to commence flight operations to Tel Aviv in Israel, by taking advantage of the Bilateral Air Services Agreement, BASA between the two countries which has been dormant for some time now. This was disclosed by the managing director of Air Peace Limited, Mr. Allen Onyema over the weekend during a media parley with aviation correspondents in Lagos to say thank you to the journalists for their…

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IATA lauds Air Peace for upholding safety standards

Photo Caption: L-R: Assistant Director, Safety and Flight Operations, International Air Transport Association, IATA, Jennifer Yeates; Chairman, Air Peace Limited, Barrister Allen Onyema; Head of Account Management, West and Central Africa, IATA, Dr Samson Fatokun; and Engr. Patrick Achurefe, Quality Manager, Air Peace Limited.. during the presentation of third IATA Operational Safety Audit, IOSA, certificate to Air Peace in Lagos recently. The Head of Account Management, West and Central Africa, International Air Transport Association, IATA, Dr Samson Fatokun, has commended Air Peace, for upholding high standards of safety in its…

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Air Peace begins daily flights from Abuja- Warri- Abuja

In keeping with its vision to provide seamless connections to Nigerians, Air Peace, has commenced Abuja-Warri-Abuja flights. The airline’s Corporate Communications Executive, Stanley Olisa, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday, January 9, 2020. Olisa, who revealed that this new connection is operated daily, noted that Air Peace has provided a direct connectivity between the two destinations. He added that the airline kicked-off the new connection in response to requests from Nigerians asking for flight connections between both cities. “Air Peace is determined to interconnect every part of Nigeria. It…

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Air Peace secures 3rd IOSA certification, reaffirms commitment to Safety

Air Peace has set the tone for the aviation sector in 2020 as it recently received its third International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certification. This development is coming on the heels of the airline’s announcement of flight operations into Ibadan from Abuja, Kano and Owerri. It would be recalled that the airline set a record when it obtained its first IOSA barely two years into its operations and was subsequently inducted as a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In a reaction, the chief operating…

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Air Peace dismisses outdated COO interview on multiple designation circulated as new story

The management of Air Peace Airline Limited has dismissed an outdated interview by its Chief Operating Officer, Mrs Oluwatoyin Olajide, urging the federal government to stop granting multiple designations to foreign carriers including imposition of multiple taxes and charges on the airline operators.  Air Peace stated categorically in their statement that the interview is not a recent one, but an old one conducted almost two years ago. The airline noted that the minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, on assumption of office as the substantive minister of Aviation, swung into…

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FAAN security arrests man attempting to stowaway on Air Peace aircraft

The Aviation Security, AVSEC of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN has arrested a man attempting to stowaway on Air Peace aircraft. A statement by corporate communications executive, Air Peace, Stanley Olisa explained that: “This morning, at exactly 9:10 at the MMA1 Lagos, an Owerri-bound Air Peace aircraft(flight P47252) was taxing towards the threshold for take-off, when a man, in his twenties, emerged from the bush along the runway, and tried to gain access to the aircraft through the wheel-well. “There was a private jet behind the aircraft. The…

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Air Peace dismisses false report linking airline to ceased aircraft in USA

Air Peace has dismissed a false report linking the airline to a ceased aircraft in Atlanta, USA. According to Air Peace media executive, Stanley Olisa, the company does not currently have any aircraft in the US. Olisa stated that linking Air peace to the aircraft that was ceased in the US is the act of mischief makers locally who are bent on tarnishing the image of the airline and its owner. “We have since learnt that the actual owner of the aircraft appeared in court on Tuesday in the US…

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Air Peace bags corporate award of excellence, to begin flight to Ibadan

In recognition of its unparalleled excellence in the delivery of safe and comfortable flights, Air Peace, has bagged the Corporate Award of Excellence at the 2019 edition of the University of Ibadan, UI, Alumni Association Luncheon and Awards.  The event held recently at the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan. Delivering a lecture titled “Nigeria and the Rise and Rise of Ethnic Nationalism’, Onyema explained that our bane as a nation is our inability to live beyond the prisms of ethnicity. He nod that Nigeria’s multi-ethnicity is supposed to be…

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Crime Reporters honour Air Peace for foiling child trafficking

Crime Reporters Association of Nigeria (CRAN) has honoured Air Peace’s Crew for thwarting efforts by two women to traffic a three-month old boy from Lagos to Banjul. The award was given to the airline at the 27th edition of the annual lecture and awards of CRAN in Lagos. President, Crime Reporters Association of Nigeria, Sunday Odita, said at the presentation that: “We are elated as reporters to observe in the course of our duties that some people are doing things worthy of writing home about. When we noted that an…

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Air Peace dedicates best airline award to customers

Air Peace has dedicated its recent award as the Best Airline (domestic category) at the Nigeria Tourism Award to its esteemed customers . While receiving the awards, the chief operating officer, Air Peace, Mrs Toyin Olajide, stated that the recognition indicated that the airline had achieved significant success since inception, even though its 5-year journey has been fraught with some challenges. “This award means a lot to us. We are just five years but have achieved so much in an environment laced with many challenges to overcome”, she said. Olajide,…

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