Air Peace Resumes Kaduna Flights, Insists on Strict Safety Standards
Air Peace today, resumed its Kaduna flight services, pledging that it would continue to observe high operational standards to ensure the safety of its customers, crew, and other staff.
Air Peace suspended its Lagos-Kaduna-Lagos flights on October 21, saying the action was to safeguard the lives of its customers and staff.
The development was sequel to a 24-hour curfew imposed by Kaduna State government to address security threats in the state.
A statement signed by the carrier’s Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah said the airline restored its Kaduna flights based on the state government’s assurances that the security situation had improved.
The airline empathized with members of the flying public who were affected by the suspension of its flights into and out of Kaduna, commending them for their cooperation and understanding while the development lasted.
In a related development, Air Peace said it would continue to sustain its observance of strict safety standards in its flight operations to safeguard the lives of its customers, crew and other staff.
The carrier said it had a reputation for grounding its aircraft for simple technical and weather challenges because of the premium it placed on the lives of its customers and staff, saying its pilots were mandated by its standard operating procedure to return to base or divert whenever they were not sure there was a perfect weather condition or there was a technical challenge with the operating aircraft.