In line with its route expansion drive, West Africa’s largest carrier, Air Peace, has stated that it would commence flight operations into Makurdi, Benue State capital, from AaLagos and Abuja on December 7, 2020.
This is just as the airline is also billed to resume flights to Uyo from Lagos and Abuja on the said date. The airline’s Spokesperson, Stanley Olisa, disclosed this in a media statement released today Wednesday, November 25, 2020.
Olisa stated that the new connections would be operated on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
He noted that Makurdi has been on the airline’s radar for some time, adding that the route being launched to meet the air travel needs of Nigerians, who connect Lagos and Abuja to Makurdi and the other way round.
“It is our promise to interconnect every part of this country and foster economic relations between cities. Be assured that we are coming with more destinations. We are starting Johannesburg in December and India is in the offing”, the airline’s spokesman said.
According to him, ‘the Makurdi route launch reflects Air Peace’s enduring commitment to creating more seamless connections and network options for its teeming customers across Nigeria and we cannot relent in this regard’.
He restated the commitment of the airline to give its passengers a world-class flight experience while adding “we will continue to provide safe and comfortable flights”. Olisa urged the flying public to continue to fly Air Peace and experience its signature hospitality.”
Recalled that Air Peace recently announced that it would commence flight operations into Johannesburg, South Africa on December 16, 2020.