Air Peace has announced it will fly to Sharjah (and a bus connection to Dubai) starting on July 5.
The new route will be operated with its Boeing 777-200s.
Top Copyright Photo: Air Peace Boeing 777-21H ER 5N-BVE (msn 29324) JNB (Jonathan Druion). Image: 945972.
Air Peace aircraft slide show:
Air Peace (Lagos) on February 23, 2018. Formerly operated by Emirates as A6-EMK, the first Boeing 777-200 Triple Seven for the carrier as been re-registered as 5N-BVE (msn 29324) and is named “Ifevhukwu”. It is the first of two 274-seat 777s the carrier will operate.
This comes after the growing airline took delivery of two Embraer ERJ 145s and has established a feeder subsidiary called Air Peace Hopper.
Air Peace launched new routes to Banjul, Dakar and Freetown on February 19.
Air Peace is planning to fly the new 777s from Lagos to Dubai, Sharjah, London, Guangzhou, Houston, Mumbai and Johannesburg.
Photo: Air Peace.