Planning is very important for any business that wants to succeed.
Air Peace plan to cover all the cities in Nigeria that have an airport and the airline is not sleeping on it.
The leading domestic airline in Nigeria, Air Peace has a vision tagged no-city-left-behind. This means that they want to operate flights in all the cities in Nigeria and beyond. To show seriousness in the vision, the airline announced on Sunday that they will commence 3 times a week Abuja – Gombe – Abuja commercial flight.
Air Peace Chief Operating Officer, Oluwatoyin Olajide said that the Northeast of Nigeria is underserved hence the need to commence commercial flight service to Gombe state.
“As part of our strategic route expansion drive and the determination to provide key connections addressing the air travel needs of Nigerians while fostering economic development and unity, we are set to kick off Gombe operations and resume our Yola flight services very soon”, she said.
Olajide reviewed that Air Peace has set up a ticket station at Gombe state and also, there is a job vacancy for residents and anyone willing to relocate to fill in.
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According to Air Peace COO, Oluwatoyin Olajide, the airline will restart routes that were suspended and launch new routes as soon as the aircraft that are undergoing maintenance abroad return.
The two out of the 13 ordered 124-seat capacity E195-E2 jets received by the airline will be deployed to boost domestic and regional flight connectivity.
“We have 17 aircraft undergoing varying levels of maintenance overseas and once they start returning, we shall launch more routes and resume others that we temporarily suspended,” she said.