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Aero contractor is saying let love lead in this valentine. Travelling to see your loved ones or to have a special day (s) with the love of your life shouldn’t be a problem because Aero got you covered with cheap and discounted fares.

Unlike other airlines that restrict their promo or discounted fare to a particular route or new route, aero contractor Valentine promo is to all the destinations they fly to.

Aero contractors’ destination

Below are the Airports (States) Aero contractors fly to and fro. See if where you are or where you would like to travel to is among.

  • Abuja – (Aero flies from Abuja to Asaba, Benin, Kano, Lagos, Port-Harcourt, Port-Harcourt Naf Base Sokoto, Warri and Yola)
  • Asaba – (Aero flies from Asaba to Kano, Lagos and Abuja)
  • Benin – (Aero flies from Benin to Lagos)
  • Kano – (Aero flies from Kano to Asaba, Lagos and Abuja)
  • Lagos (Aero flies from Lagos to Abuja, Asaba, Benin, Kano, Port-Harcourt, Sokoto, Warri and Yola)
  • Port-Harcourt Naf Base – (Aero flies from Port-Harcourt Naf Base to Lagos and Warri)
  • Port-Harcourt – (Aero flies from Port-Harcourt to Lagos and Abuja)
  • Sokoto – (Aero flies from Sokoto to Lagos and Abuja)
  • Warri – (Aero flies from Warri to Port-Harcourt Naf Bas, Lagos and Abuja)
  • Yola – (Aero flies from Yola to Abuja and Lagos)

Sales Date

This Valentine promo sale starts from 10th to 14th February 2020.

Travel Period

The travel period is from 10th February to 14th March 2020.

How to Book

Go to Aero Website; select your travel date that’s all.
Contact us for Assistance.

There are 140 seats available for this promo so hurry now.
This one na real Awuf wey no go shake your pocket. So, what are you waiting for??

It can be annoying and depressing after buying a flight ticket (Assuming you bought the ticket when the cheapest fares are no longer available) and maybe you were also charged for excess luggage. After all the expenses, someone will ask you to pay another N1,500 as Airport maintenance fee. How would you react?

It can be annoying and depressing after buying a flight ticket (Assuming you bought the ticket when the cheapest fares are no longer available) and maybe you were also charged for excess luggage. After all the expenses, someone will ask you to pay another N1,500 as Airport maintenance fee. How would you react?

For record purposes, Victor Attah international airport, Uyo, Nigeria is owned and operated by Akwa Ibom state government. The Airport is managed by Ibom Airport Development Company Ltd. (IADCL). The N1,500 service charge is used to maintain and operate Victor Attah international airport, Uyo.

One of our passengers described the N1,500 service charge as “Victor Attah international airport Surprise Package”. All passengers pay the same fee including children. After payment, they will place a sticker on your boarding pass. The sticker shows that you have paid the airport maintenance fee. You will enter the hall after payment

There are lots of questions here like what if a passenger went to the airport without cash/debit card or any means of performing financial transactions at the airport, what would happen?

This is an important question because some the passengers are on a sponsored trip. Someone paid for all the travel expenses. If such passenger shows up at the airport without cash would they allow the passenger to fly? Well, I will leave this question for Ibom Airport Development Company Ltd. (IADCL) management or a frequent traveller to and fro Victor Attah international airport, Uyo to answer.

What about including the 1,500 in the ticket? This is also an important question that needs an answer. Including the 1,500 in the ticket so that passengers can pay once will make more sense. Some said the Ibom Airport Development Company Ltd. (IADCL) decided to collect the 1,500 cash because of non-remittance by the airlines.

I think they have a good reason they are collecting cash. What about implementing a law that will sanction any airline that refuses to remit the 1,500?

Someone asked whose account is the 1,500 going to? Well according to sources, the money is going into the Akwa Ibom state government account. The big deal here is accountability. Will they remit the money collected to the government account?

See passengers’ reactions below.

Dr Joe Abah @DrJoeAbah

Just tried Ibom Air. Great service. Punctual, courteous staff, clean cabin. I didn’t realize that Akwa Ibom holds a Guinness World Record for Christmas Carol singers! Uyo Airport is certainly not “International” though. Worse still, you have to pay N1,500 EXTRA to fly from it!

Jane Chima @JaneChima1

I was disappointed when they asked me to pay N1,500 CASH before flying from their airport. Whose account is that going to? What purpose is it for?

kekere nkop @kekerik

Passenger’s service charge. Most Airport include it in the ticket. Due to non-remittance by airlines they collect themselves.

Ibom Air @ibomairlines

Ibom Airport Development Company Ltd. (IADCL) manages Victor Attah International Airport. The fee is used by them for maintenance of the airport.

jae pete @greatermann

Victor attah international airport Uyo, Nigeria is owned and operated by Akwa ibom state government, the N1500 is the service charge that the state uses to maintain and operate its airport. When FG builds an airport in AKS that one might be free.

Engr. Jamil Musawa @eljameel202

Most airports (if not all) in Nigeria charge airport tax. It is either paid directly at the airport or paid for with the air ticket fares to be remitted to the airport authority. It all depends on the agreement between the airline and airport operator.

Anne Agi @uruegi

There say it’s for airport maintenance, since the airport is not being maintained by FAAN. Fine! But why not tell me that while I’m purchasing my ticket online ir bill it into the fare? What if I dont have 1500?


The N1,500 is what I do not understand. I was there last two weeks with my colleagues and during our return,we were asked to pay 1,500 boldly written before the security check. We tried to argue it but we didn’t have the luxury of time. Can someone actually explain it?

Afolayan Blessing @berachah_beulahSir, why do you think Akwa Ibom state can birth the vision of having a carrier, but Nigeria as a nation isn’t successful in its strive to have a national carrier? Is it just due to corruption and the drive of some elite few to frustrate the system?

Dr Joe Abah Tweet

Summer is still several months away, but it’s never too early to prepare for your upcoming trip. Whether it’s with your loved one or a group of friends, out-of-town trips are loads of fun and provide great snapshots of happy memories for everyone.

However, you must make the necessary preparations and talk about the trip in detail, so in case you encounter any problems, you’ll know what to do. Going on vacations can be stressful if you fail to plan, and you certainly wouldn’t want that considering all the time and money you’re putting into it.

Fortunately, there are always ways to find information and tips to plan your dream trip, even on a tight budget. Here are a few helpful guidelines that are proven to be effective when planning vacations.

Set the Budget

The very first thing you’d want to cross off your checklist is how much you can spend on this particular trip. The vacation budget is the rope that tells you where you can go, what you can buy, and so on. In fact, even if you fail to put this as your first consideration, you’ll probably end up here as you move along with your trip preparations.

Planning the budget for a trip goes way back a few months or even years. Why? You can’t expect to have an actual budget for a vacation sometime this year if you hadn’t set aside money in the last few months. You may need to sacrifice a few things so you can save up.

In this light, setting up a travel fund may help. You can put it in a separate bank account or a piggy bank if you like, but the point remains—you have to have a budget for this vacation.

Look for a Destination

Some travelers argue that this can also be number one, and yes, that can be true. However, this can only be true if they already have a destination in mind even before the actual planning process.

In that scenario, they only need to save up a particular amount that would fit the expenses for their chosen destination. On the other hand, if you want your list of possible summer destinations to be longer, then saving up money for a few months is the better path.

As you make a decision, you have to learn more about your possible choices. How much is the average roundtrip airfare? How’s the food? How about the weather? Does it fit the bill for a romantic getaway, or would it be better to visit with a group? What popular activities can you do during your stay? How much for the accommodation?

You also have to consider whether you’re visiting the target location during its peak season or not. Just by asking and answering these questions, you can save thousands on your vacation.

Wait for Airfare Sales and Promos

Airfare usually eats a large chunk off your travel budget, and that’s okay. But what if you can do something so that won’t happen? If you really want to get the cheapest flights to your chosen destination, then you have to always be on the lookout. Check airline websites several times a day, so you have better chances of booking seat promos. You can also do some of these seat sale hacks:

  • Follow the social media accounts of your favorite airlines. Most airlines announce their promotions through social media. Following their accounts will take you to the front seat whenever they make seat sale announcements.
  • Secure a fast Internet connection. When airline websites have ongoing seat sales, they usually receive high amounts of traffic, especially a few minutes after making the announcement. If you want to book your trip, then you will need a faster Internet connection.
  • Get the personal information of everyone joining the trip. Booking plane seats will require the personal data of the passengers. If you’re traveling with a group, make sure that you have their details ready in case a seat sale pops up.
  • Create an account with the airline. Airline websites often require account sign-ups before you can book. This takes several minutes to do, and if you’re competing with other people to book certain flights, that’s bad news for you. Create your account ahead of time in order to skip this step and get the available seats right away.
  • Be on the lookout even while everyone is sleeping. Some seat sale promos begin at midnight, so make sure you’re always on the lookout even during the wee hours of the day.

Plan Your Itinerary

Now that you’ve already booked a flight for your vacation, you can start making a schedule for your trip. Which tourist attractions are you planning to visit? When do you plan on going? What activities do you want your group to do? Where are you staying? How much is your budget for food? Will you eat out or cook your own food?

These are just some of the many things you need to plan. The last thing you want is to have absolutely no clue what to do next when you arrive there.

Do the Planning Now

Now that you know what to do about your dream trip, you have to start planning now. If you’re with a group, let them join the planning process, so you’re all on the same page. There are many ideal places to visit both in and out of the country, but you have to make that decision with your travel buddies.

Identify any possible problems you may encounter along the way. Bad weather? Bad food? Bad accommodation? You have to have a plan B for everything to prevent your vacation from getting ruined.“Failing to plan is planning to fail,” says a famous anecdote. That is definitely true in life, whether it’s for a business, starting a family, pursuing a goal, or enjoying your dream vacation. Not everything works out the way you want them to, but if you plan, you can easily adapt to almost every situation.

Air Peace has finally launched the long-awaited Abuja to Akure Flight services. After starting Lagos – Akure – Lagos Flight, Abuja – Akure passengers keep asking one question – “Do you have a flight from Abuja to Akure”.

Finally, your request has been granted. Before the route launch, Overland Airways was the only Airline that operates Abuja to Akure. With this launch, Air Peace has joined Overland to Operate Abuja to Akure route.

Air Peace Abuja to Akure Flight Days (Abuja – Akure Flight Schedules)

As at the time we published this, Air Peace operates one flight daily from Abuja to Akure. The time is 12:45 from Abuja and 12:20 from Akure. Some days have 9:20 am flight time and 14:00 flight time.

Note: The flight time above may change anytime. We advise you to contact the airline or a travel agency to be sure of the flight time. You can also do it on your own by visit Air Peace website.

Air Peace Abuja to Akure or Akure to Abuja Flight Price (Abuja – Akure – Abuja Flight fare)

The lowest fare or Price for Abuja – Akure or Akure – Abuja ticket is 23,300 – economy non-flexi (excluding service charges) while the economy flexi fare starts from 27,500 (excluding the service charges). There is no business class at the moment.

Note: The flight fares above may change anytime. We advise you to contact the airline or a travel agency to get the current fare. You can also do it on your own by visit Air Peace website. We can assist you too.

The difference Between Economy Flexi and Economy Non-flexi

Although both are economy class, the major difference is the ticket rules. Economy non-flexi is not refundable while the economy flexi is refundable. That is to say, if you decide not to travel again, you can get 75% of your basic fare if you booked Economy flexi but you will get nothing if you cancel your economy non-flexi.

Both classes of service are changeable with a penalty. The penalty may be a no-show fee, fare difference, a change fee or all of the above.

To all the Abuja – Akure passengers, you have the option now to choose between Air Peace and Overland. Of course, Overland Airways has Air Peace now as a competitor. Let him that has the best services and cheap fare win.

We can assist you to book Air Peace flight to Akure or From Abuja. Contact Us. We are Affordable and Reliable.

Checked in Muslim passengers were pictured praying in front of the toilet at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos as there was no mosque for them to observe their prayers. A twitter user who shared the pictures on his twitter account expresses his displeasure over the absence of a Mosque for the checked passengers. 

Maidugu‏ @maidugu call on the Minister for Aviation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Sen. Sirika Hadi, to direct the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) to provide spaces for the major religion in Nigeria to pray. 

I just witnessed a rather humiliating situation at the MMA 1 Airport in Lagos. There was no prayer room so Muslims who have checked-in have to pray right in front of the toilet! Hon Minister hadisirika should pls prevail on FAAN_Official to reserve a shop for that purpose. At least our airport infrastructure should be able to accommodate the two main religions in Nigeria. Travelling inconvenience is key to attracting important visitors to our country.
Checked-In Passengers Pray In Front Of Lagos Airport Toilet
Muslims pray in front of Lagos Airport toilet. Credit –

Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) in reaction to the tweet denied that there is no mosque at the airport. According to FAAN, there is a mosque at the airport car park but the passengers did not ask where the mosque is located.

There’s a mosque by the car park, perhaps they did not ask around where they can pray. Thank you.

It is not always advisable for already checked-in passengers to leave the waiting area because they may be called to board anytime soon. secondly, before already checked in passenger will be allowed to re-enter the waiting lounge, he/she will go through all the security checks.

What’s your take on this? Do you think there is a need to have a Mosque or a Church at the lounge for already checked-in passengers to pray?

Before planning your getaway to Vietnam, you may be wondering the best time to visit. The best times to go will depend if you are planning to travel to the north or south of the country. Furthermore, there are many holidays and festivals throughout the year that will make your visit to Vietnam a little less calm and peaceful – this article is here to help you narrow down the best times to visit for the most relaxing and enriching experience possible.

The Climate In Vietnam

The country of Vietnam has a uniquely long and narrow shape with three regions, the north, south and central. Each of these regions experiences different climates and weather conditions throughout the year. Checking out the average climate tables will allow you to plan a visit for a time that you will feel most comfortable, and it will also help you know what to pack.

Generally, the south experiences more rain and tropical temperatures, while Hanoi (in the north) has colder winters. However, Vietnam is a country that can be enjoyed all year round.

Those planning to visit the north of Vietnam usually choose the spring and autumn months for the most pleasant temperatures. This means one of the quietest times to visit this region is in the winter, but travellers should be prepared for cold temperatures that require a coat. Halong Bay also gets particularly chilly in the winter.

The driest months for visiting south Vietnam are between December and April. This can also be a particularly quiet time to visit, due to many choosing to go in the summer instead.

Halong Bay, Vietnam
Halong Bay, Vietnam

Yearly Events And Festivals In Vietnam

Vietnam’s biggest national holiday is the Lunar New Year celebration, known as Tet. Tet is a very busy time and prices for accommodation and transportation can soar. Many tourists choose to visit Vietnam during this time to immerse themselves in authentic Vietnamese culture.

The dates vary year to year so have a look at an up to date Vietnamese holiday calendar before booking your trip. Other big national holidays in Vietnam include Reunification day on April 30th, International Labor Day on May 1st, and National Day on September 2nd.

Saigon, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
Saigon, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

What The Seasoned Travellers Say

Due to the varying geographical circumstances, it can be difficult to narrow down a specific best time to visit Vietnam. However, seasoned travellers would generally recommend visiting during the dry season. This will lead to the most enjoyable trip without constant heavy rainstorms or even a typhoon! The temperatures also tend to be comfortable during this season, with a reasonable humidity level. Just research what month the New Year celebrations are and avoid the weeks before and after for a quiet and tranquil experience.

The newly established state-owned Airline, Ibom Air, has announced that the will start Lagos to Abuja Flights. This is coming after several requests by passengers of Ibom Air to start Lagos – Abuja flight. According to the information on the Airline’s Facebook page, the will be 3 times flight daily from Monday to Friday while weekend (Saturday and Sunday) will be twice daily.

The Lagos – Abuja flight will start on Wednesday 25th September 2019 with the first flight departing Lagos at 7 am.

Ibom Air Lagos – Abuja Flight Price

Currently, the price for Lagos to Abuja or Abuja to Lagos flight on Ibom Air is NGN 23,000 for economy class while the premium economy is NGN 49,000. These prices are the lowest for now. However, the price may change as the class of services changes.

 Ibom Air Lagos – Abuja Flight Schedule

The flight schedule from Lagos to Abuja on Monday to Friday is from 7 am for the first flight, 11 am for the second flight and 4 pm (16:00) for the last flight. The weekend (Saturday and Sunday) flights are by 8:30 am and 16:00 (4 pm).

The flight schedule from Abuja to Lagos on Monday to Friday is from 9 am for the first flight, 1 pm (13:00) for the second flight and 6:05 pm (18:05) for the last flight. The weekend (Saturday and Sunday) flights are by 10:30 am and 18:05 (6:05 pm).

Ibom Air Baggage Allowance

The economy passengers are entitled to 20kg Checked-in Baggage allowance, not more than one (1) Bag while the premium economy passengers are entitled to 30kg Checked-in Baggage allowance, not more than two (2) Bags.

The Things To Note (Ticket Rules)

  • Refund: Voluntary refunds are subject to 25% surcharge plus Three (3) – Seven (7) working days processing time.
  • Premium economy passengers are allowed to do one free change.
  • Airport check-in will begin 2hrs to the scheduled time of flight departure while online check-in will begin 24hrs to the scheduled time of flight departure.
  • Check-in will close 35 minutes to the scheduled time of flight departure for customers with hand luggage only. Fresh check-in will close 45 minutes to the scheduled time of flight departure for customers travelling with check-in baggage.
  • Ticket Validity is One (1) year
  • The ticket is re-routable subject to same fare class availability and applicable change fees.
  • Maximum weight allowed in the cabin is 10kgs with a dimension, not above 45cm x 33cm x 20cm.
  • Pregnant women are required to present a medical report certifying them fit to fly while pregnancy carriage limit on Ibom Air flights is 28 weeks.

On Tuesday 10th September 2019, exactly three months and a day since we began commercial flight operations, Ibom Air carried our 50,000th passenger. And what a pleasant surprise it was when at the ‘count up’ during the boarding of flight Z4100 from Uyo to Lagos, passenger number 50,000 turned out to be first time Ibom Air traveler, Ms Ruth Nsaka.

Ibom Air 50,000th Passenger, Ms Nsaka, showing off her certificate.

Ms Nsaka was ‘ambushed’ by an excited team of Ibom Air Executives led by Chief Operating Officer Mr George Uriesi. She was handed a ’50,000th Passenger Certificate’, which entitles her to a free return ticket on any of Ibom Air’s routes. She was also upgraded to our Premium Economy cabin for her flight and treated with lots of Ibom Air goodies.

Ibom Air 50,000th Passenger, Ms Nsaka, receiving gift from Ibom Air.

Completely blown away by the surprise, Ms Nsaka said “I can’t believe this. This is my first flight on Ibom Air. I have heard so much about the airline and it’s services and looked forward to this first experience. And now this! I’m calling my Mom”. And indeed she called her Mom who spoke to the crew at the end of the flight and thanked them for the recognition of her daughter.

Ibom Air 50,000th Passenger, Ms Nsaka and Ibom Air Cabin Crew

Ibom Air Chief Operating Officer, Mr George Uriesi said “this is one of the ways in which Ibom Air will be giving back to our customers and the communities in which we operate. We are excited to carry our 50,000th passenger within three months of operations and heartily congratulate Ms Nsaka for being ‘the one’! We are thankful for the support of our passengers and thoroughly excited about the future”.

The 50,000th Passenger and Ibom Air Management.

For some people, business trips are an important part of their job and can actually be the highlight of their career; according to a recent survey, 30% of people would even accept a lower wage if it meant travelling more for work. It’s important to remember that business trips are far from a holiday, and if you want to impress your boss, you will be expected to act professionally while you’re working away. However, there are certain measures you can take to ensure that your work trip runs smoothly; here are three tips for surviving your next big business trip:

Business Meeting

Remain engaged during meetings

Your business trip might take you to an exotic location, where the sun is beaming and the ocean is calling. However, it’s important to remain engaged throughout your trip and remember that many people are relying on you back at home. Expedia say that 44% of people on business trips travel to meet up with a customer or client, after all; and this person might be essential for the success of your company or business. First impressions count, so bring a gift with you to the meeting; if you’re from completely different parts of the globe, bring a small trinket or food from your home town. You might have travelled far but this is no excuse to have a crinkled suit or dress; make use of the ironing amenities in your room, or ask if your hotel offers an ironing service. 

Pack light

2. Be Prepared

If you want a truly successful business meeting, then preparation is key. No-one enjoys packing, but it’s important to get it done in advance to make sure nothing gets left behind. Once you’re abroad, you won’t have access to essential work documents or your laptop, so make sure you don’t forget them! Clothing is also an important consideration, especially if you’re travelling to a hot and humid country. Make sure you have a suit or formal dress, but it might be a good idea to leave the heavy blazer or jacket at home. Write a list of the essential items you’ll need, putting your passport right at the top. You might think it will never happen to you, but it’s estimated that more than 1.4 million Britons have forgotten their travel documents before travelling abroad. If you’re unprepared and forget something vital, you might not be offered any more travel opportunities in the future, so get packing early!

Explore The destination

3. Explore The Area In Your Free Time

A great advantage of business trips is that you get sent to a variety of amazing locations that are bursting with culture. While it’s important to get your work done, don’t forget to take some time to yourself and explore the region. Avoid ordering room service at the hotel and head out to the nearby restaurants and try out their speciality dish. Even if you are overloaded with work and don’t have much time to yourself, try and take your laptop outside, or finish off writing those meeting notes while basking in the sunshine.

Long haul flights are both amazing and terrible. They are amazing because being on one means you are on your way to an adventure in an incredible destination and terrible because the flight itself can be boring and uncomfortable. There are other passengers to worry about too. When you are sitting in close proximity to them for a long period of time, their behaviour can become irritating. Luckily for you, with our list of five ways to stay sane during a long haul flight, you can still enjoy long haul travel without worrying about the flight:

1. Pack a sleeping kit

Your long haul flight is going to go by a lot easier if you actually manage to get some sleep. The likelihood, with a long haul flight, is that it will overlap with some proportion of your sleeping hours, so to really arrive at your destination feeling fresh you should make every effort to get some rest. If you pack yourself a travel pillow, a sleeping mask and some earplugs, you’ll drastically increase your chances of getting some rest. There are plenty of tips to help you get some sleep on a plane online.

2. Pack your electronics

You will want something to keep you entertained during your flight. Let’s face it, the in-flight movies often aren’t up to stratch. Instead, why not make sure that you have downloaded movies that you actually want to watch on a tablet or laptop to enjoy? You could also pack an e-reader loaded with plenty of books to keep you entertained or bring an MP3 player with full of music for you to enjoy.

3. Don’t pack too much in your cabin bag

It can be tempting to overpack your cabin bag so that you have more allowance in your suitcase or to protect expensive items that you really don’t want to end up lost. This is a bad idea though because stowing large bags on the plane can be an absolute nightmare. Try and only take on the essentials to save yourself that fight with the overhead cabin. Remember, that you can also purchase insurance to cover your personal possessions while travelling, which could help give you peace of mind.

4. Pack snacks

Aeroplane food not only tastes terrible but, it’s also really unhealthy. It is often full of sugar, which can lead to a slump in energy just around the time you’re getting off the plane. Make sure you pack yourself some healthy snacks to ensure that fatigue doesn’t hit you once you reach your destination. You can find plenty of ideas for healthy snacks online.

5. Drink plenty of water

When you are in the air, it’s especially important that you keep yourself hydrated. When in the air the humidity decreases by about 20-30%, which means that you need to take in more water than you normally would in order to prevent dehydration. You should also try and avoid alcohol because this dehydrates the body too. Try and drink around 250ml of water every hour to ensure you leave the plane in a good state.

The newly inaugurated state-owned Airline, Ibom Air will soon start flight operations to Lagos and Abuja from Uyo. There will be at least 3 daily flights from Uyo to Lagos and Abuja.

Ibom Air Flight Schedule To Lagos And Abuja

A check on the website reviewed that there will be a morning, Afternoon and evening flight to Lagos and Abuja and Lagos. For now, the flights can either go to Lagos or Abuja from Uyo. There is no other destination, for example, Abuja to Lagos or Lagos to Abuja. All flights come to Uyo from the two cities.

Ibom Air Flight From Uyo To Lagos and Abuja Price

Ibom Air has two class of service. First is the economy and the second is the premium economy. The premium is the upgraded economy more like business class. Premium passengers are entitled to 30kg free baggage allowance while the economy passengers are entitled to 20kg free baggage allowance.

Ibom Air To Commence Uyo Flight To Lagos & Abuja, Price
Abuja to Uyo flight

The price from Uyo to Abuja and Lagos is NGN23,000 and from Abuja and Lagos to Uyo is also NGN23,000 on economy class. On the premium economy class, the price from Uyo to Lagos and Abuja is NGN45,000. From Abuja and Lagos to Uyo is the same price too NGN45,000.

Pls, note that this price is subject to seat availability as it may change anytime without prior notice. We advise you to contact the airline or an agent to get the current price.

Someone just notified us on the latest Ibom Air recruitment scam. We published about the Ibom Air recruitment and also the processes involved.  So far, lots of people have applied and we believed that they have or may be contacted by the appropriate authorities in charge of the recruitment exercise.

This post is to notify the general public to beware of the current Ibom Air recruitment scam. Don’t pay money to anyone to assist you with the Ibom Air employment. See a sample of the recruitment letter below. They charged the victim 100,000 to give her Air Hostee job. The victim paid 20,000 remaining 80,000 she will pay after the recruitment process.  In the appointment letter, she will be paid $1,000 plus benefits.

Beware of Ibom Air Recruitment Scam
The Ibom Air recruitment scam letter

Kindly report anyone asking for money to give you.

Getting a refund on Air Peace is pretty simple but that does not mean the money will come easily. Getting a refund can be problematic, It’s getting difficult nowadays. It takes time before a refund will be credited to your account.

Before you contact air peace or your agent to ask for a refund, there are few things you need to check about your ticket. The first thing to check is the type of ticket you are holding. Is it refundable or non-refundable ticket? Air peace has 2 types of tickets namely refundable and non-refundable ticket.

Nonrefundable tickets are the cheapest and air peace calls them “Economy class” while the refundable is the “Economy-flexi” and  “Business Class” tickets. The refundable is usually expensive.

Secondly, Is the ticket still valid? All air peace tickets are valid for 1 year from the date of purchase. Check if the ticket is still valid. If yes, then proceed for the refund. 

Types of Refunds

There are two types of refund.

  1. Voluntary Refund: This is the type of refund you get when you ask the airline to cancel your flight and give you your money back. You will get part of your ticket money as the refund money.
  2. Airline Refund: This is given by the airline when they cancel a flight. They can give you a voucher or change your flight to a later flight or a full refund.

How to get Air peace Refund and Requirements

As noted above, if the ticket is refundable and still valid, you can apply for a refund by sending a mail to air peace and ask for a refund. Air Peace refunds are honoured less 25% of the original ticket. What this means is, 25% will be deducted from the original ticket money. Assuming your ticket is N27,300,  Air peace will deduct 25% (6,825) and refund 20,475. That means you will lose 6,825 from the ticket money you paid.

Requirements (What you must provide to get Air Peace Refund)

  • PNR:

Check the top of your ticket, you will see the ticket PNR. It is a mixture of letters and number e.g AHB3Y4 something like that.

  • Reason For The Refund:

Tell them why you want a refund. Maybe because you cancelled your trip or you have something else to attend to that need your urgent attention.

  • Your Account Name: 
  • Account Number:
  • Bank Name:

Scanned Letter of Authorization ID card from the Passenger: [That is if another person is facilitating the refund on behalf of the passenger on the ticket].

After you provide all the above, send the details to Air Peace. This is the Air Peace refund Email Address you can use “TICKET REFUND” as the email subject.

After you send the mail, you will wait for 4 weeks that’s approximately a month to get the refund money.

Now, let me say this, these 4 weeks mentioned may exceed the 4 weeks. If the 4 weeks is over, you can send a reminder to the airline letting them know you have not received your refund.

What If The Airline (Air peace) Cancel The Flight?

Anytime a flight is cancelled or delayed longer than necessary, you are entitled to a full refund by Air Peace. Many travellers don’t know this. If you are rescheduled to a later flight that is not convenient for you, ask for a full refund. Write to Air peace if your flight is delayed longer than it should and you are moved to another time that would make you miss your appointment, ask for a refund immediately.

There are instances where an Airline can cancel a flight for example, terrorism threats, bad weather condition, aircraft damage etc.

Consider A flight Change Instead of A refund

Yes, a flight change may be better than a refund. If you’re a frequent traveller, I would advise you go for a flight change instead of a refund. A flight change is not expensive as you may think. some may require a fee and the fare difference fee between the two flights. Sometime, you can do a change free of change. For instance if the flight you want to rebook to is less expensive than the one you booked before, you will get a voucher. You can use the voucher whenever you want to book another flight.   

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