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Air Peace to Commence flight to Port Harcourt Jan.18


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Air Peace fleetThe plans to commence flights into the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Base in Port      Harcourt, Rivers State on the 18th of January has been  made bare  by the Nigerian Air Peace

This announcement was made on Monday in Lagos by the Manager in charge of Corporate Communications, Mr Chris Iwarah.

He said that the method of operation of the airline would be from the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja to and fro the Port Harcourt NAF Base.

As part of it no-city-left behind project, aimed at connecting undeserved domestic and regional routes the operations would be handled by the carrier’s subsidiary, Air Peace Hopper, he added.

“We are delighted to announce the commencement of our flight operations from the MMA2, Lagos and the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja to the Nigerian Air Force Base, Port Harcourt, starting from Jan. 18. Our valued customers have yearned for the extension of our flight operations to the Port Harcourt NAF Base and we are quite pleased to respond to their request to enter the route.”


“The new route is in fulfillment of our promise to connect more unserved and undeserved routes in Nigeria and West Africa this year. Our flights to the NAF Base will be of great service to especially the military and security community, as well as other travelers who seek an alternative terminal to the Port Harcourt Airport, where we currently operate several flights into daily.” he said.


He went further to say that “this, we believe, is a major step towards giving our valued customers the best deal in flight operations this year. We indeed look forward to an exciting time on the Port Harcourt NAF Base route,”
Naija Politico reports that Air Peace currently has its operations in and out of 14 domestic and five regional destinations, including Freetown, Dakar, Accra, Banjul and Monrovia.