Thursday, 26th May 2022
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Air Peace Airline

15 May
An alumnus of the University of Ibadan and Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace Airline, Allen Onyema, yesterday, appealed to members of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to end their protracted strike for the sake of the students.
24 Feb
Local airlines, yesterday, bemoaned losses in excess of N44.6 billion, incurred due to flight delays and bird strikes in the last 12 months.
31 Dec
With no structure in place these past four years, Nigeria lags behind other African countries in the race for open skies agenda in air transport, which is estimated to be worth over $1.3 billion in revenue earnings yearly.
30 Oct 2021
The plan to officially open the brand new Anambra International Cargo Airport to commercial operations today has set the state government on a collision course with the Federal Government.
7 Sep 2021
Chairman of Air Peace airline, Allen Onyema, yesterday, rallied the Super Eagles to victory against Cape Verde with a pledge of N20 million gift for victory.
27 Apr 2021
Despite disbursement of N5 billion bailout fund to support the aviation sector, there has been no improvement in the financial status or operational challenges facing local airlines, with most operators retaining high airfares across routes.
5 Feb 2021
Indigenous carrier, Air Peace airline, lately touched down one of its 13 brand new E2 family aircraft, the first ever on the African soil. Aviation enthusiasts said it arrived with a cabin-full of positives
7 Dec 2020
Air Peace Airline on Monday commenced commercial flights to Makurdi, the Benue capital. Speaking during a brief ceremony to mark the commencement of the flights, the chairman of the airline, Mr Allen Onyeama....
4 Dec 2020
Bickering over the right amount of bailout to inject into aviation and revival of local airlines has taken more time than necessary. But as financial liquidity is critical, so too is the imperative of enabling...
6 Nov 2020
Worried by the second wave of COVID-19 already forcing another lockdown in places like France and the United Kingdom, the Federal Government has disclosed stiffer sanctions, including a six months ban for evaders of the mandatory Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests.
4 Sep 2020
Call it a child of necessity and you would not be wrong. The Federal Government recently hinted on a tit-for-tat work plan for the aviation sector, to pay back countries that were lately ‘unfriendly’ with Nigerian carriers.
12 Aug 2020
There were indications, yesterday, that Air Peace airline would recall some of the pilots it recently sacked following a standoff.


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Residents of Iviukwe Community in Etsako East Local Council of Edo State, yesterday, called on Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki and the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba...
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The Federal High Court, Abuja, has refused to grant an ex parte application by Mr. Farah Dagogo to stop the gubernatorial primary election of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers State.
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There All Progressives Congress (APC) National Assembly aspirants, yesterday, urged the leadership of the party to conduct free, fair and transparent primary election.
13 mins ago
In continuation of its clampdown on cultists and other criminals across the state, operatives of Ogun State Police Command have arrested four members of the dreaded Eiye cult group...