Air Peace relocates regional, international flight operations to new MMIA terminal


Air Peace  has relocated international and regional flight departures to the newly-built terminal 2 of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, from Tuesday, April 19.

The airline’s management announced this in a statement on Monday.

It said passengers travelling to Accra, Banjul, Dakar, Freetown, Doula, Johannesburg and Dubai would now depart from the new terminal.

“The Management of Air Peace hereby notifies the flying public that from April 19, 2022, the airline’s international and regional flight departures will now be at the newly commissioned Terminal 2 of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos,” the statement reads.

“Passengers flying to Accra, Banjul, Dakar, Freetown, Douala, Johannesburg and Dubai are expected to proceed to the new terminal for ticketing, check-in and boarding.

“Our ground personnel are ready to assist you to ensure you seamlessly adjust to this new development.”

Last month, President Muhammadu Buhari inaugurated the new terminal at the Lagos airport.

According to the federal government, the terminal can process 14 million passengers per annum.

It is built on a landmass of approximately 56,000 square metres, and it has 66 check-in counters, five baggage collection carousels, 16 immigration desks at arrival, 28 immigration desks at departure, eight security screening points and six-passenger boarding bridges, out of which two have already been installed.

It also has two food courts, four premium lounges, 22 guest rooms and a spa, 16 airline ticketing offices, visa on arrival and port health facility, as well as a praying area, more than 3,000 square metres of duty-free space, approximately 5,000 square metres of utility space, among others.

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