Saturday, 17 June 2017

Air Peace Airlines Boosts Expansion Drive With 13th Aircraft




Air Peace Airlines Boosts Expansion Drive With 13th Aircraft

Air Peace on the subject of Friday gave its go at the forefront project a colossal shove in the middle of the beginning of one of the added dirigible it acquired to appendix its fleet size to 22.
The added blimp, a Boeing 737-300, touched the length of at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos at roughly 12.30pm. It got a hot ample from bright Air Peace staff.
The dirigible flew into Lagos from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, where it landed at just nearly 7.56pm around Thursday, together between the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema regarding the ship.

The supplementary blimp is the 13th suitably far-off acquired by Air Peace in less than three years of its direct ad flight operations.

An blazing Air Peace team comprising the Vice Chairman, Mrs. Alice Onyema, Chief Operating Officer, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Olajide, Director of Finance Administration, Mrs. Ejiro Eghagha, Technical Consultant, Mr. Ben Adeyileka, Quality and Safety Manager, Mr. Patrick Achurefe, Cabin Services Manager/Head of Commercial, Florence Opia and Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah declared the dirigible in Lagos. The team prayed for the continued triumph of the airline, which lifted a third of all passengers in the country in the first quarter of this year.

The airline, it would be recalled, took delivery of its 12th plane, plus a B737, in February this year. The carrier is finalising arrangements for bringing in subsidiary plane, including B737, B777 and Embraer 145 jets, it recently acquired to adding taking place its fleet size to 22.

While the B777 plane would be deployed to assistance the airlines international routes, including South Africa, London, Guangzhou-China, Dubai, Mumbai and Atlanta, the B737s would add details to on the carriers maintenance occurring front to more destinations in the West Coast of Africa, including Lome, Abidjan, Douala, Dakar and Niamey. Air Peace currently operates daily flights from its Lagos hub into and out of Accra-Ghana.

Speaking regarding the beginning of the new jet, Onyema assured that Air Peace was vibrant to investing in equipment and facilities that make travelling more pure, convenient and seamless for the up public.

He said:

“The arrival of our newest aircraft underscores the depth of our resolve to make a huge difference in the Nigerian aviation industry. We are matching our huge expansion project with the right equipment and people to ensure the delivery of the best flight services to our valued guests.
“In a couple of weeks, more B737, B777 and Embraer 145 jets will be joining to increase our growing fleet to 22. We are ready and determined to cover more Nigerian cities with our Embraer jets. We will also deploy more B737 aircraft to strengthen our regional operations, which we started with our first flight into Accra-Ghana on February 16. We will soon launch more routes in the West Coast of Africa, including Lome, Abidjan, Douala, Dakar and Niamey. We are doing everything to give our esteemed guests the best long-haul flight experience with our B777 aircraft. With God on our side and with the support of our valued guests, we are sure of delivering a whole new experience on the London, Atlanta, Dubai, Mumbai, Guangzhou-China and South Africa routes soon.”





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