5th Anniversary: Air Peace Assures Customers of Better Days Ahead
Nigeria's and West Africa’s leading carrier, Air Peace, has reiterated its commitment to the safety and comfort of its passengers, as it turns 5. The airline celebrated its 5th Anniversary by rewarding passengers with various gifts including free tickets, souvenirs and improved inflight refreshments. The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Air Peace, Mr Allen Onyema, who described Air Peace as a multi-country airline, said that it has been five years of steady progress, while adding that the airline’s vision of creating seamless connections and network options for its domestic, regional and international markets, is being achieved. From 7 aircraft at launch on 24 October, 2014, Air Peace now has 25 aircraft in its fleet, excluding the 10 brand new Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 30 Embraer 195-E2 aircraft it recently ordered. In its five years of operations, Air Peace has recorded a number of firsts in the aviation industry in Nigeria and West Africa. From 5 routes at the launch of operations in 2014 to 22 routes, the airline's customers have consistently supported us and now, we can boast of being Nigeria’s and West Africa’s largest airline. In the area of economic empowerment, Air Peace has employed over 3,000 Nigerians. The airline has created thousands of direct and indirect jobs for Nigerians and expatriates without any form of discrimination. The airline is doing a lot in unifying Nigeria through air transport, adding that it has positively contributed to the economy of Nigeria, and those of her regional and international counterparts. As it celebrates its 5th anniversary, Air Peace has assured the flying public of better days ahead, as it also promised to continue improving the delivery of safe and comfortable flights. Air Peace has promised to continue to work harmoniously with all relevant stakeholders to drive the growth of Nigeria’s aviation industry.