Air Peace has announced that it will commence flights on its Ibadan-Abuja route on August 17.
The spokesperson for the airline, Stanley Olisa, disclosed this in a statement made available to journalists in Lagos, on Tuesday.
According to the statement, flights from Lagos to Port Harcourt to Douala, the capital of Cameroon, will also begin operation on August 19.
It said flights on the Ibadan-Abuja route would be daily while the Lagos-Port Harcourt-Douala route would operate three times in a week.
“These new routes will be operated with our ultramodern Embraer 195-E2 aircraft and as we take delivery of more brand new E195-E2s, as well as other aircraft undergoing maintenance abroad, we shall reinstate more routes and open up more connections,” the statement added.
It further said that customers can now book for the new routes on the airline’s website or mobile app.
“Air Peace resolved to continue providing peaceful and strategic connectivity in line with its ‘no-city-left-behind drive,”it said.
The airline said it had resumed most of its regional routes which were suspended following the outbreak of COVID-19 and the lockdown in 2020.
“We have restored our Freetown, Banjul, Dakar and Accra services,” it said.
Air Peace currently services 17 domestic routes, five regional routes and two international destinations, including Johannesburg, South Africa.
Air Peace also boasts of a mixed fleet of 28 aircraft, the latest, being three brand new 124-seat capacity E195-E2 jets.