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Air Peace fetes customers, agents with 1,000 free tickets, others

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Nigeria’s leading local carrier, Air Peace, has issued over 1,000 free tickets, television sets, fridges and other gift items for distribution to loyal customers and agents to mark its third anniversary.

The airline, which commenced scheduled flight operations to five destinations on October 24, 2014, said the gifts were its way of showing gratitude and rewarding the loyalty and support of its customers and agents over the years.

Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, attributed the success of the airline to the unwavering loyalty and support of the flying public and travel agents.

Onyema said: “We are quite excited that in just three years we have transformed Nigeria’s aviation sector. We ended the era of avoidable delays when we launched our flight operations to five cities on October 24, 2014 with a record on-time performance reputation.

“We have not only employed and retained the services of some of the best hands in the aviation industry, we have also ensured a tough regime of uncompromising attention to maintenance of our fleet to guarantee the safety and comfort of our esteemed guests.

“We owe our success to our loyal guests, agents, partners, and corps of dedicated staff and, of course, God, who has been the unseen hands behind our operations in the aviation industry. Our valued guests have truly been amazing in their support and patronage. We are taking the liberty of our third anniversary celebration to reward their loyalty. We are issuing over 1,000 free tickets, mobile phones and other gift items as a token of our gratitude. We’re devoting a whole week beginning from Monday to celebrating our guests and partners,” he said.

Onyema added that they are not resting on their oars as there is still much to be done, soliciting the continued support of guests and partners. He disclosed plans to expand operations in the West Coast of Africa and launch international flight operations beginning with Dubai, London, Atlanta, Guangzhou-China,Mumbai and Johannesburg.

“While we have acquired two B777 to service our international routes, we would be strengthening our local and regional services with the six ERJ145 and B737 aircraft we procured to increase our fleet size to 24. We assure of a very exciting flight experience in the days and months ahead,” Onyema said.


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