Nigeria’s leading carrier, Air Peace has unveiled plans to restart its daily Lagos-Asaba-Lagos flight operations on October 8, 2018.
The airline, which pulled out of the route over 2 years ago due to safety concerns with respect to the runway of Asaba Airport, said it would also add Abuja-Asaba-Abuja flights to the service.
Air Peace said the airline decided to return to the Asaba route to end the nightmare of air travellers seeking to connect the Delta State capital, Anambra and other adjoining cities.
The airline promised to offer customers unparalleled on-time, convenient, safe and affordable flight services on the Lagos-Asaba-Lagos and Abuja-Asaba-Abuja routes.
According to Air Peace, Delta State Government had intervened to give the airport a facelift. The airport is now safe to operate. Asaba airport is located in Delta State in the south of Nigeria.