Air Peace takes delivery of B737-800 New Generation aircraft

Air Peace has taken delivery of B737-800NG aircraft to help sustain its expansion, domestic and regional operations. The aircraft arrived the Murtala Mohammed International Airport at about 20.00hrs yesterday (Thursday) from Europe. Disclosing this to newsmen yesterday, corporate communications executive of the airline, Mr. Stanley Olisa, stated that the new arrival is a 160 seater aircraft comprising 16 Business Class seats and 144 economy class seats. He said, “we are very glad to announce the acquisition of another aircraft, which is a 160-seater B737-800 New Generation aircraft”.  Olisa reiterated the resolve…

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Air Peace rewards passengers with gifts at 5th anniversary, reiterates commitment to safety, comfort

Air Peace has reiterated its commitment to the safety and comfort of its passengers, as it turns 5. The airline celebrated its 5th Anniversary by rewarding passengers with various gifts including free tickets, souvenirs and improved in flight refreshments. The chairman and chief executive officer, Air Peace, Mr Allen Onyema, who described Air Peace as a multi-country airline, said that it has been five years of steady progress, while adding that the airline’s vision of creating seamless connections and network options for its domestic, regional and international markets, is being…

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We offer exceptional services on Sharjah, Dubai route- Onyema, Air Peace boss

Air Peace is the only Nigerian airline operating on the Sharjah Dubai route amid strong competition from the Middle East carriers and others. The airline which has been growing in leaps and bounds within a short period of its existence has carved a niche for itself in the Nigerian aviation industry. The airline has been consistent on both the domestic and regional routes, while also consolidating its operations on the Dubai route. The chairman of the airline, chief Allen Onyema demonstrated his genuine love for his country and extra ordinary…

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Air Peace begins flights to Warri

Photo Caption: Air Peace Ground Operations Manager, Mr. Ayodeji Adeyemi (middle), Assitant Customer Relations Manager, Mrs Patricia Ebilah (5th Left), Infrastructure Support officer, Christian Adole and employees of the airline cutting the cake to mark the airline’s inaugural flight to to Warri on Friday Air Peace on Friday, September 27, 2019 commenced flight operations from Lagos to Warri, in Delta State. The airline’s inaugural flight which took off from the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2, Lagos touched down at the Osubi Airport, Warri at 11.15pm. The ERJ 145 aircraft piloted by…

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ART lauds Air Peace on evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa

The Aviation Safety Round Table Initiative, generally known as ART has commended the chairman of Air Peace Airline, Chief Allen Onyema and his Staff for the humanitarian gesture of extending their services to airlift home the Nigerian victims of Xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The ART in a letter signed by its secretary general, Group Captain (Rtd) titled: Letter of commendation for good sense of corporate social responsibility to Air Peace chairman and staff stated that the association join other Nigerians to extend gratefulness to the airline for the invaluable…

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Air Peace to evacuate 2nd batch of Nigerians from South Africa Tuesday

The management of Air Peace has confirmed that it would evacuate the second batch of Nigerians from South Africa tomorrow.   The airline said the flight is expected to arrive Lagos from OR Tambo International Airport by 7:00 pm Tuesday. This was confirmed by the chairman and CEO of Air Peace, Allen Onyema who said that the flight would leave Nigeria after mid night on Tuesday and arrive South Africa in the morning but would depart South Africa mid day back to Lagos. Onyema also disclosed that out of over…

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NCAC DG, Runsewe commends Air Peace boss for rescuing stranded Nigerians in South Africa

Director general National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe has lent his support to the unending plaudits to Barrister Allen Onyeama, chairman, Air Peace for the prompt evacuation of Nigerians caught up in xenophobic attacks in South Africa. He appreciated and commended the Air Peace boss for being culturally sensitive to the cries of Nigerians who wished to return back to Nigeria, many who lost their means of livelihood to massive looting while others were intimidated to leave South Africa. ” Barrister Oyeama deserve our support and…

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We’ve not suspended evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa – Air Peace

The management of Air Peace, has debunked the report that it has suspended the evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa. The Chairman and CEO of the airline, Allen Onyema said that Air Peace has not suspended the evacuation exercise but it is waiting for the Nigerian High Commission to get ready the next batch of Nigerians that would be taken out of the country that has become hostile to Africans.  He said that the airline would continue to bring back Nigerians who are willing to return to their country until…

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Anambra Govt. commends Air Peace boss over evacuation of Nigerians from South Africa  

The Anambra State government has commended the founder and Chairman of Nigeria’s biggest carrier, Allen Onyema, for what it called his unprecedented patriotic gesture in bringing back free of charge in 187 Nigerians from South Africa threatened by the ongoing xenophobic attacks against African and Asian immigrants in the rainbow nation.  The commendation is contained in a statement Thursday in Awka, the Anambra State capital, by the state Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr C. Don Adinuba, who explained that the government decided to commend Mr Onyema after a…

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Air Peace warns against scammers in South Africa, says evacuation flight is free

Air Peace has warned against scammers who are allegedly collecting money from Nigerians in South Africa for their evacuation back to the country. The airline insisted that it is offering a free flight to Nigerians who wish to return home and urged them not to pay money to anybody.  The airline gave the warning in reaction to disturbing report that unauthorized people were illegally collecting $1000 from each Nigerian that wanted to take advantage of that flight.  A Nigerian living in South Africa sent mail to the airline requesting to…

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