Nigerian airline Air Peace has announced the addition of Abuja-Banjul and Abuja-Dakar routes to its regional network in seven West African cities. In fact, the airline has even started plans to operate flights to Maiduguri and Jos. Airline spokesperson Stanley Olisa said the route meets the public’s travel needs and improves connectivity across the continent.
Olisa added that Air Peace is finalizing plans to expand its presence in the Northeast and North Central cities of Maiduguri and Jos, with a launch date to be announced soon. Air Peace operates three routes from the region: Gombe, Ilorin and Makurdi. “These newly planned connections and routes are further proof of our determination to keep Nigeria connected, provide more networking opportunities for Nigerians, and connect seamlessly. Also being deployed are Mumbai, Tel Aviv, Malabo and Congo-Kinshasa.

The airline has a fleet of 38 aircraft and expects to place 15 new orders for eight new Embraer 195-E2s and a Boeing 737 Max 8 as well as 10 additional orders from firm orders in 2019.
Air Peace operates a network of 20 domestic routes, 7 regional routes and 3 international destinations, with a growing fleet of modern hybrid aircraft including the Boeing 777, Boeing 737, Embraer 195-E2, Airbus 320, ERJ 145 and Dornier Jet 328. leading the aviation industry in Nigeria. . .