This was revealed by the airline in a statement it issued and made available to newsmen on Monday evening.
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The Chief Operating Officer of Air Peace, Oluwatoyin Olajide, made this known at the airline’s inaugural flight to the East.
The Spokesperson of Air Peace, Stanley Olisa, made the disclosure in a media statement issued on Tuesday in Lagos.
The passengers were scheduled to have departed via Air Peace to Benin from Abuja on Sunday but kept waiting
Reports from monitoring of activities at Enugu airport indicated as, at 12 noon, Air Peace and Ibom Air landed at the facility from Lagos. The two flights also took off to Abuja with few passengers.
The airlines included United Nigeria Airlines Limited, Max Air, Air Peace and the Nigerian Police Air Wing.
Allen Onyema, the CEO of Air Peace Limited, made the position of the airline operators known in Abuja on Monday.
Stanley Olisa, the airline’s spokesman, stated in Lagos on Saturday that the inaugural flight was conducted with one of the airline’s Embraer 145 jets, from its subsidiary- Air Peace Hopper.
The airlines announced the development on Wednesday through the Chairman of Air Peace Airline, Allen Onyema.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the evacuees arrived via Air Peace Airline at 12:35am on Sunday.
This indication was given by the Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission on its Twitter handle late on Friday.
An Air Peace flight carrying the evacuees touched down at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja at exactly 6:35 pm Friday.
This was made known by two top officials of the Federal Government coordinating the return of Nigerians back to Nigeria
Before I knew what was happening, class began. I will call my teachers ‘sir’ and they would stare at me as if I just insulted them.
Last week, Isa Bayero, a cousin of the revered monarch, had petitioned the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority seeking punitive action against the airline for what Bayero termed “disrespect” to the monarch and by extension, the people of Kano.
He said the new deal will be unveiled in the “next few days”, just as he commended regulatory agencies in the sector for dutifully keeping the airspace safe.
The airline’s spokesperson, Stanley Olisa, confirmed the development in a statement he issued on Friday in Lagos State.
Onyema, who made the pledge in Garoua, Cameroon, while speaking to the Super Eagles during half time, promised to give N10 million for every goal scored, telling the players that the hopes of over 200 million Nigerians rest on shoulders and urged them to give their best and win the trophy.
Also present at the meeting were representatives of Emirates Airline, the Chairman/CEO of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, and heads of agencies in the aviation sector.
The Director General of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Mohammed A. Ahli, conveyed the country’s position to Air Peace.