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Why Air Peace Is Leading Connectivity Project In Africa -Onyema

Air Peace Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah (6th left), Director of Flight Operations, Capt. Wellingotn Eyimina (6th right), Safety Manager, Capt. Godfrey Ogbogu (4th right), Cabin Services Manager, Florence Opia (3rd left), Chief Security Officer, Mr. Monsuru Akinbola (2nd left), IT Infrastructure Officer, Mr. Emmanuel Nwankwo (left), Team Lead Commercial, Mr. Ugonna Agubuokwu (4th left), Deputy Managing Director for Technical Services, Liberia Airport Authority, Paula Fares Harvey (5th right) and other guests cutting the cake to mark Air Peace’s inaugural flight out of Abuja, Lagos and Accra intoRoberts International Airport, Monrovia, Liberia on Monday.


Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema has said the carrier is championing seamless air connectivity in Africa to ensure the economic growth of the continent and ease the travel challenges of the people.

Onyema spoke during the launch of Air Peace’s flights from Abuja, Lagos and Accra to Monrovia, Liberia and from Abuja to Accra, Ghana on Monday.
The Air Peace boss insisted that the carrier had continued to proveits mettlein the project to link African nations and connect them with the rest of the world through flightsto Accra, Freetown, Banjul, Dakar and Monrovia.
Addition of Monrovia to Air Peace’s route network, he assured, would consolidate the airline’s strategy to unlock economies in Africa through air connectivity.
Onyema, who was represented by the carrier’s Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah said the carrierwas gradually rewriting the negative narrative about regional flight operations in West Africa.

Air Peace Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah (5th right), Technical Director Engineering, Mr. Bryan Rigby (left), Abuja Station Manager, Kachollom Nyam-Zang (3rd right), Cabin Executives, Okelana Dosunmu, Cella Osakwe, Opakirite George (4th, 5th and 6th left respectively), International Terminal Manager, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, Mrs. H. O. Musa (7th left) and other airport workers at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja during the launch of Air Peace Monrovia service on Monday
The launch of the airline’s Monrovia service, he said, had expanded its regional operations to five routes.
”Today’s epoch-making event is a pleasing consolidation of our efforts to unlock the economies of Africa, offer air travellers on business and leisure  trips seamless connectivity as well as create jobs for people,” Onyema enthused.
Speaking on the carrier’s rapid expansionon the West Coast of Africa, he said: ”We began our intervention in the air travel difficulties of the West Coast of Africa with the inauguration of Lagos-Accra service in February 2017.  A year later in 2018, we deepened our presence in the region with the addition of Freetown, Banjul and Dakar to our route network.
“The addition of Monrovia to our route network is a fitting response to the yearnings of the flying public for the Air Peace experience.The launch of Monrovia brings our regional destinations to five. We are connecting Monrovia from Abuja and Lagos through Accra. Shortly, we hope to add more destinations to our regional route map.
“Our goal is to build a solid base to link African nation’s and connect the continent to the rest of the world by air. With our expanded fleet of 24aircraft comprising Boeing 737, 777; Embraer 145 and Dornier Jets, we  are set to soon begin flights to many international destinations including Dubai, Sharjah, Guangzhou- China, London, Houson, Mumbai and South Africa. There is no doubt we mean business at Air Peace.”
For her part, Deputy Managing Director for Technical Services, Liberia Airport Authority, Paula Fares Harvey congratulated Air Peace on its commencement of Monroviaflights. The launch, she added, was a great milestonein Air Peace’s effort to connectAfrica by air.

Air Peace aircraft shortly after the inaugural flight out of Abuja, Lagos and Accra into Monrovia landed at Roberts International Airport, Monrovia on Monday.
”It’s good for you, it’s good for us in Liberia at this time,” Harvey said shortly after the flight landed at the Roberts International Airport, Monrovia at about 12.15 p.m. (local time) to a rousing water salute and warm welcome by aviation authorities, airport workers and corporate executives.
The International Terminal Manager of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, Mrs. H. O. Musa also commended the airline for the launch of its Monrovia service.
She spoke shortly after the flight returned to another round of water salute at the airport, predictingthat the airline’s first regional flight out of the facility would be a success.

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