Air Peace's second brand new E195-E2 with registration marks 5N-BYG at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]ir Peace is set to resume Kaduna flights on October 23, 2023, marking the end of a 19-month hiatus due to security concerns. The airline, according to spokesperson Stanley Olisa, is thrilled to restore connectivity to the city.

Kaduna flight schedules are now available on the Air Peace website, with ticket sales in full swing. Olisa encourages the flying public to visit www.flyairpeace.com or use the mobile app for bookings.

Simultaneously, after reporting an impressive 98% schedule reliability and 87% on-time performance in its Flight Performance Report for September, Air Peace is gearing up for its second special Business Trip. This time, the destination is the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, scheduled for October 30, 2023.

In partnership with Tour Brokers International, the trip is tailored for business owners, high-level executives, investors, and high-net-worth individuals seeking investment opportunities. Olisa highlights the comprehensive package deal, including ticket prices and hotel accommodation, for the five-day trip. Interested parties can contact businessdevelopment@flyairpeace.com to join.

Notably, Air Peace made history in August 2023 as the first Nigerian airline to fly directly to Antigua and Barbuda.

Leading Nigeria’s aviation industry, Air Peace boasts a growing network of twenty domestic routes, 8 regional and 5 international destinations. The airline’s modern aircraft fleet includes 5 brand new Embraer 195-E2s, with a recent firm order for 5 brand new E175s, reflecting its commitment to expansion andi nnovation.

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