By CrossRiverWatch Admin
Air Peace, a commercial air transportation company will soon add 3 more routes for its passengers in the South South and South East regions to Calabar, the Managing Director of the airline has told CrossRiverWatch.
While speaking with CrossRiverWatch at the local wing of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos, the MD/CEO of the Airline, Mr. Allen Onyema said due to demand and statistics available, Air Peace will introduce 5 new planes to its fleet of operation and open up the Calabar-Port Harcourt (CBQ – PHC), Calabar – Enugu (CBQ – ENU) and Calabar to Owerri (CBQ – QOW) routes.
It is still unclear when flight operations will resume but he said it will begin soon.
However, the airline tweeted via its Twitter handle @flyairpeace Saturday morning announcing commencement of flight operations to Benin, Edo state.
“To Benin, Edo State from Sept 9. The Lagos-Benin-Lagos and Abuja-Benin-Abuja flight operations promise to be a statement in fun and comfort” the airline said.
“The development is a response to the yearnings of our numerous customers to operate flights to the great city” the airline added.
Air Peace, as reported by CrossRiverWatch on August 5, 2015 began operations from Lagos and Abuja to the Margaret Ekpo International Airport.
Founded in 2013, the airline services over half a dozen destinations locally and has being approved as National Carrier for Nigeria in about 5 more international destinations said the Chairman, Allen Onyema.
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