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Air Peace lands MMIA from S’Africa with 315 passengers, 290 adults; 25 infants

AIR PEACE flight APK 7818 scheduled has touched down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) at about 8pm local time with Nigerians  evacuated from South Africa following xenophobic attacks .

Nigeriandflightdeck.com gathered that no fewer than 315 passengers were returned home safely on the flight that had 315 passengers comprising290 Nigerians including 25 infants on board the Boeing 777 aircraft with registration 5N-BWI.

This negates our reports earlier that there were 290 passengers including 25 infants .

The flight took off by 1:50pm local time from the OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg and has touched down with Nigerians

 

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