AIR Peace on Sunday, Christmas eve, took conveyance of one of its recently procured airplane, a Boeing 737-300, which touched down at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos at around 6.30 pm.
The flying machine which was flown in by Capt. Ikechukwu Paul Ugochukwu and his group is the third Boeing 737 Air Peace has gotten for this present year alone.
The transporter took conveyance of two of its new Boeing 737 flying machine on February 21 and June 16 separately.
Air Peace as of late procured six Embraer 145, a few Boeing 737 and two Boeing 777 to convey its armada size to 24 flying machine to drive its gigantic local, provincial and global extension venture.
Talking on the conveyance of the new flying machine stamped 5N-BUK and named Mathias Eburuo Onyema, Air Peace Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Allen Onyema said it was confirmation of the reality of the bearer’s promise to extend air network in Nigeria and the West Coast of Africa and also have any kind of effect on the universal avionics scenes.
An elated Onyema guaranteed that the new air ship would support the transporter’s push to manage its on-time notoriety, particularly amid the yuletide operations.
The carrier, he stated, was set to begin flight operations to Yola and Kano to open up the economy of the North of Nigeria and address its air transport challenges.
Air Peace, Onyema guaranteed, would soon declare another date for the dispatch of its Freetown, Banjul and Dakar administrations, which were at first settled for December 15 however must be canceled at last because of the modern distress by Dakar Air Traffic Control.
He included that the carrier would quickly take conveyance of the two Boeing 777 air ship it as of late gained for its Dubai, London, Houston, Guangzhou-China, Mumbai and Johannesburg courses.
He expressed gratitude toward air voyagers for supporting Air Peace over the most recent three years of its reality to wind up plainly the pioneer of Nigeria’s flight industry, guaranteeing that the aircraft would keep on prioritizing their security and solace.