Air Peace has officially initiated transit flights, connecting the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos to various regional and international cities.
The airline declared, “Air Peace and the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria have established Nigeria’s inaugural transit hub at MMIA Lagos.”
Highlighting the newly introduced international transit routes, the airline listed flights such as Accra-Mumbai-Accra, Accra-Jeddah-Accra. Others are Accra-Johannesburg-Accra, Dakar-Jeddah, and Dakar-Mumbai.
For regional travel, Air Peace introduced Accra-Freetown-Accra, and Accra-Douala-Accra routes. Additionally, it will fly routes like Monrovia-Lome-Monrovia, Accra-Dakar-Accra, Lome-Accra-Lome, and Accra-Banjul-Accra.
The statement stressed: “Foreign passengers can effortlessly fly Air Peace to global destinations via Lagos without exiting the airport.”
The airline assured its commitment to continuous innovation in flight service delivery, promising customers the best experience.
It’s worth noting that Air Peace recently announced obtaining a permit to operate in the United Kingdom. The airline says plans are underway for an official launch following the commencement of direct flights to Jeddah last October.