The management of Air Peace, one of Nigeria’s fastest growing airlines has announced that it would resume flights into Dubai via Sharjah on February 5, 2021 after the interruptions caused by the rampaging coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which practically grounded world economies. The airline also declared that it has increased its flight frequency to and out of Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu.
Mr Stanley Olisa, the Spokesperson of the airline, made the disclosure in a media statement released on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. According to the statement, the Dubai via Sharjah service will be operated once a week.
“We are delighted to announce that we shall be resuming flights to Dubai via Sharjah on February 5, and passengers can start booking on the website or the mobile app. Lagos-Dubai will operate on Fridays while Dubai-Lagos will be on Saturdays,” Olisa said, adding that the flight frequency will be increased subsequently depending on observed passenger traffic.
Again, he stated, “We urge our esteemed passengers to comply with all established COVID-19 protocols guiding international air travel.”
Recall that Air Peace launched its second international route-South Africa- in December 2020 and has other international destinations in the offing, such as Mumbai-India, Guangzhou-China, Houston-US and London.