Air Peace Hopper comes on stream
In line with it’s expansion project, leading Nigerian airline, Air Peace, has established a subsidiary; Air Peace Hopper. This is just as the airline stated that it had taken delivery of one of the six 50-seater new generation Embraer 145 jets it recently acquired.
The aircraft, which touched down at the international wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, will operate under the carrier’s subsidiary, Air Peace Hopper.
The development marks the first time a Nigerian airline would establish a subsidiary to manage an arm of its flight operations, following the tradition of some of the big carriers in the world.
The Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the airline Mr. Allen Onyema described the arrival of the new aircraft named Nkechi Ezewusi (Nee Onyema) and birthing of the subsidiary as a milestone in the airline’s vision of uniting Nigeria through air connectivity and ending the travel nightmares of its many unserved and underserved cities.
“The arrival of our latest new generation aircraft marked 5N-BUY has once again underscored our determination to bring Nigeria together through air connectivity and fix the air travel difficulties of many unserved and underserved cities in the country. We are even more pleased that the arrival of the aircraft marks the beginning of our subsidiary, Air Peace Hopper. Another of the six Embraer 145 jets we recently acquired will arrive in Nigeria in less than a week’s time.”
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