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COVID-19 impact on aircraft maintenance affected our frequency, Air Peace explains

NIGERIAN carrier, Air Peace has attributed its reduced capacity and frequency  to the fact that several of its aircraft were out of the country undergoing checks before the COVID-10 pandemic hit leading to the lockdown that had far-reaching and devastating effects on airlines not just Air Peace. Chief Operating Officer of the airline, Mrs. Toyin Olajide, who made this known, …

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Air Peace sets sights on  commercial flights into Johannesburg, S’Africa

NIGERIA’S largest airline exploit reputed for its trailblazing footprints, Air Peace, has announced that it will commence regular commercial flight operations from its Lagos hub into the city of Johannesburg, South Africa, soon, in keeping with its vision to provide seamless connectivity across cities. The airline says it has made huge progress in meeting the stipulated requirements of the aviation …

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Photo Reel: Day 1 of the aviation restart, how it went in pictures

FOLLOWING the announced reopening of the airports in Lagos and Abuja on the 8July, 2020 Nigerians gave started to use the airport facilities to fly. In the  best way they can and given the situation, they have adhered to the guidelines stipulated for air travel. Here are some pictures and welcome back to Photo Reel. Click and scroll for reel

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Aviation Restart: Arik, Air Peace Ibom Air commence spaced flights today

Overland starts July 15 as CAA denies Aero, Azman, Max Air approval OF the five airlines granted approval to start operations from today, Arik Air; Air Peace and Ibom Air will commence operations  today with Arik starting the first commercial flight out of Lagos. Arik Air took off to Abuja at7:20am  just as Air Peace and Ibom Air are gearing …

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Airports reopening: FAAN, airlines differ over planned introduction of slot system

“All the six carriers do not have 70 aircraft and as airlines we have disagreed with the slot system as it will lead to a limitation of our flights. Like how do you determine who flies by 6am, 7am or 8am? And this limitation of flight will keep most of our equipment underutilized and may lead to sack. Remember no one does night flights, the environment is not ripe for it and so how many flights will we have daily, what will be the impact on our equipment,” Onyema said.

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LAAC Webinar: Stakeholders examine ways to restart air travel with technology, minimal contact

Middle seat removal debate still on as stakeholders canvass more investment in sector AVIATION players, industry regulators, service providers this morning gathered virtually to discuss the  way forward for the sector following the numerous changes that must have to take place in the post Covid-19 new normal era especially with regards safety and protection of passengers as the sub-sector is …

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