Air Peace has commenced transit flights through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos to various regional and international cities, a news release issued by the airline has revealed.
The release stated: “Finally, Air Peace and the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, have created the first Transit Hub in Nigeria at Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos”.
According to the airline, the transit international flights are: Accra-Mumbai-Accra, Accra-Jeddah-Accra, Accra-Johannesburg-Accra, Dakar-Jeddah and Dakar-Mumbai. The transit regional flights are: Accra-Freetown-Accra, Accra-Douala-Accra, Monrovia-Lome-Monrovia, Accra-Dakar-Accra, Lome-Accra-Lome and Accra-Banjul-Accra.
“Now, passengers from other countries can fly Air Peace to international and regional destinations through converging in Lagos from where they are flown to those destinations seamlessly without leaving the airport”, the release said.
The airline emphasised that it will continue to innovate in its flight service delivery, ensuring that its customers get the best experience across all touchpoints while adding that strategic connectivity across key domestic, regional and international cities remains a major part of its ambition.
It can be recalled that Air Peace recently announced that it has secured a permit to operate into the United Kingdom. The airline had hinted that plans are in top gear to officially launch the destination very soon after it kicked off direct flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in October, 2023.