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Air Peace takes delivery of its second Embraer 145

Posted 14 February 2018 · Add Comment

Air Peace has taken delivery of its second Embraer 145 jet in a bid to end the travel difficulties of the nations’s unserved and underserved cities, reports The Afritraveller.

Air Peace said it will start flight operations with the Embraer 145 jets as soon as the necessary approvals are secured from the relevant authorities. 

The airline will operate into the Nigeria Air Force (NAF) Base, Port Harcourt and connect routes such as Enugu-Kano-Enugu, Benin-Port-Harcourt-Benin, Port-Harcourt-Kano-and Port-Harcourt.

In three years, Air Peace has increased its fleet to 24 aircraft. The new Embraer 145 is the fifth the airline has received in the last 12 months alone. The others are three Boeing 737 aircraft.

 

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