‘No local airline can survive 26% interest rate, regulatory hostility, dirty aeropolitics for long’
Air Peace Airlines, in a manner quite unusual of private indigenous carriers worldwide, is blazing the trail in the much-labeled ‘toxic’ operating environment in Nigeria. The airline, in less than five years of entry, has acquired a fleet of 26 aircraft, among which are three Boeing 777 airplanes for international services, and has a placed firm order for 40 brand new planes that are due for delivery early 2020.
Air Peace showcases B777 on Kano, Abuja routes
Air Peace airlines will today give travellers on the Kano-Abuja-Kano route a feel of its soon-to-launch international flight service.
Boeing unveils new cabin innovations for 777X
Boeing has released a sneak peek of the new cabin innovations it will include on its “largest and most efficient” twin-engine jetliner.The new generation 777X is set to be flown in testing for the first time this spring and airlines including Emirates.....
Council lauds Air Peace over acquisition of Boeing 777
Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has congratulated Air Peace Airlines over its acquisition of a Boeing 777 aircraft, the first of such huge investment by a local carrier. The Council, in a congratulatory message, described the feat as another major milestone in the airline’s journey to becoming a major carrier in Nigeria. Air Peace…
Med-View boosts operation with Boeing 777 aircraft
Med-View airline recently took delivery of Boeing 777-200ER aircraft to boost its international routes network.