Nigeria's Air Peace Deepens Regional Operations with Night Flights
Nigeria’s leading carrier, Air Peace on Sunday boosted its regional flight operations with the introduction of night flights out of Lagos, Accra, Banjul and Dakar.
The new flights were part of the airline’s strategy to make air travel on the West Coast of Africa seamless and more beneficial.
The night flights, which commenced from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos on Sunday, is a relief for business and leisure travellers on the West Coast looking to utilise their trips to transact their business unrushed.
According to the airline, it keeps reviewing its regional operations in line with its promise to provide seamless, on-time and comfortable flight services with a view of providing services that fit their customers' plans.
Air Peace which has been operating on the West Coast of Africa for more than a year and a half promised that “This is just the beginning of the new innovations and win-win travel options we are bringing to air travel on the West Coast of Africa”.
Speaking on the development, a passenger on the night flight from Dakar to Lagos, Nchang Damarisambem said the option met her desire to arrive Lagos on time and continue her onward journey to Calabar for her transaction.
The flight, she said, was a pleasant experience. She pleaded with Air Peace to extend its operations to Yaounde, Cameroun, her country to give the people an opportunity of experiencing its spectacular flight services.
Another passenger on the Dakar-Lagos flight, Turay Fatmataba said she preferred the night option for long-distance travel. She said the night flight was an easier option for her to get to Freetown, her final destination.