Air Peace raises Lagos-London capacity over soaring demand

Onwubuke Melvin
Onwubuke Melvin

Air Peace, a Nigerian airline, has announced an increase in capacity for its Lagos-London route in response to surging demands.

This disclosure was made via the airline’s social media account on Facebook.

Passengers interested in flying with Air Peace to London have options with more seats available.

The statement read, “Due to overwhelming demand and interest in our London route, we have decided to increase the capacity on the route. This means that more seats are now available.

“Air Peace would like to thank the Nigerian population, both in Nigeria and in the United Kingdom, for their support. We do not take it for granted, and we will be doing our best to continue to make the whole country proud.”

The airline on Saturday conducted its maiden flight to London with 260 passengers on a Boeing 777 aircraft, with a capacity of 274 seats.

The Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, During a live appearance on Arise TV revealed that Nigerians have embraced it and that Air Peace aims to expand its fleet to over 60 aircraft.

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