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BREAKING NEWS: Nigerian aviation line “Air Peace” Gets a Flight Permit to the UK and Europe.


Nigerian aviation line “Air Peace” Gets a Flight Permit to the UK and Europe. Allen Onyema, the Chairman and CEO of Air Peace Nigeria Limited, said that the airline has secured the Foreign Carrier Operator Permit and Third Country Operator Permit with success.

Air Peace now satisfies the strict safety requirements and is authorized to fly flights to Europe and the United Kingdom after undergoing extensive audits.

In a press release, Onyema revealed this information and stated, “We have these permits, which allow us to travel to the UK. They will thoroughly audit you before you receive these approvals. You must pass a rigorous audit, which is what we did. The permit was acquired last week.”

Onyema highlighted That despite perceptions in the business, Nigerian aviation line have significant capacity. He listed the major aircraft orders that Air Peace has received, which are from 33 definite orders and 17 purchase rights, for a total of 50 new Aircrafts. This covers the Embraer E195-E2 and E175 aircraft, as well as the Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 10. Furthermore, significant orders have been placed by Ibom Air and Overland Airways, demonstrating the industry’s strong growth.

Nigerian aviation line “Air Peace” Gets a Flight Permit to the UK and Europe.

Onyema emphasized the significance of government assistance for these airlines, as they are essential to the GDP, employment growth, and economic development of the country.

“The jobs one small Nigerian airline provides are more than the jobs provided by all foreign airlines in Nigeria, so the federal government should deem it very important supporting Nigerian airlines,” he stated.

He listed the difficulties faced by Nigerian aviation line domestic airline operations, stating that the main one is the dearth of transit options at the nation’s international airports.

Onyema said that the lack of transit facilities at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja has reduced the competitiveness of Nigerian airlines. He praised Nigerians and the federal government for their contributions in making the airline a success as it reached nine last week.

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