Air Peace Successfully Renews Air Operator’s Certificate
Nigeria's Air Peace has assured customers that it will sustain its exceptional flight services even as it has successfully renewed its Air Operator’s Certificate with the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA)
In the AOC dated September 8 and signed by the Director General of NCAA, Capt. Muhktar Usman, the regulator said it was satisfied that Air Peace “is competent to secure safe operations of ... aircraft on flights for the purpose of public transport.”
Receiving the certificate, Air Peace Chairman, Allen Onyema said: “The renewal of our AOC after a rigorous review of our processes and operations by NCAA is an unimpeachable testament that we conduct our business in compliance with global best practices in the aviation industry."
Recently, Air Peace embarked on a massive expansion project that has seen them commence services to Benin Airport in Edo State, with Uyo and other local routes expected to follow soon.
The Airline will also soon begin services to Ghana having already entered the final stage of plan to offer seamless Nigeria-Accra flight operations, among other regional and international destinations.
Air Peace's route expansion project will also see the airline flying to Guangzhou (China), Atlanta, Mumbai, Dubai, South Africa, Dakar, Niamey, Abidjan and Douala.