Air Peace airline has said it would resume both the Warri, Delta State scheduled flight operations and Freetown in faraway Sierra Leone flight operations from July 9 and 21, 2021, respectively. Warri is in oil-rich Delta State in the South—south part of Nigeria and the state is governed by Senator Ifeanyi Okowa of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), one of the topmost parties in Nigeria.
Freetown on the other hand is a port city and the capital of Sierra Leone, in West Africa. It is known for its beaches and historical role in the transatlantic slave trade. The old town’s centuries-old Cotton Tree is a symbol of emancipation. On the waterfront is the King’s Yard Gate, through which former slaves walked to freedom. The Sierra Leone National Museum includes exhibits relating to the 19th-century military leader Bai Bureh
The airlines spokesperson Mr Stanley Olisa, who disclosed this to reporters, explained that Warri service from Lagos and Abuja will operate daily while the Freetown flights will operate on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays only for now.
He stated that Air Peace is happy to announce to its teeming customers the resumption of its Warri and Freetown flight services to broaden connectivity. Furthermore, he said, “We shall resume more routes and increase frequencies to specific destinations as we take delivery of more brand new E195-E2s and other aircraft on maintenance overseas.”
Olisa, who said that customers can now book the resumed Warri and Freetown flights on the airline’s website- flyairpeace.com or its mobile app, reiterated Air Peace’s commitment to providing best-in-class flight services while observing the highest standards of safety.
Air Peace currently services 16 domestic routes, 5 regional routes and 2 international destinations, including Johannesburg while it boasts of a varied fleet of 28 aircraft, the latest being three brand new 124-seat capacity E195-E2 jets.