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Air Peace resumes direct flight to Dubai

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Abiola Seun

Air Peace has commenced direct flights to Dubai. The first flight was operated with one of the airline’s Boeing 777 5N-BUU, on Tuesday, March 1, 2022.

In a press statement, the spokesperson, Air Peace, Stanley Olisa, disclosed, that United Arab Emirates is not a new terrain for Air Peace.

Olisa stated that the airline had commenced scheduled operations into the country via Sharjah Airport in July, 2019, adding, that the airline is glad that it can now operate three weekly direct flights into the city of Dubai.

Air Peace noted that UAE and Nigeria have a long-standing relationship and is delighted to be serving as one of the veritable means of oiling this relationship, especially solidifying the economic ties between the two countries through air travel.

“Our commitment to excellence and determination to reduce the air travel burden of Africans, will continue to drive our route expansion and fleet modernisation.

” It is this same excellence that we’re replicating in this service. Air Peace has recorded a lot of landmark strides in just seven years of operation.
“We now service twenty domestic routes, six regional routes, and two international destinations, including Johannesburg, which we launched in December 2020.

“We also have other international routes in the works, such as Houston-USA, Mumbai-India, Guangzhou-China and London. We’re constantly reviewing our route network in line with needs of the flying public”, the airline said.

The airline thanked the Dubai authorities and the Nigerian Government for making this possible and pledged to work harmoniously with all the relevant aviation stakeholders to ensure optimal operation into the Dubai International Airport.

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