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Amid high demand, Air Peace increases Lagos-London flight capacity

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The airline made the announcement on its X page on Wednesday.

On March 30, Air Peace commenced its Lagos-London flight services.

During an interview on Arise TV on April 2, Allen Onyema, chief executive officer of Air Peace, said the airline sold out tickets for the Lagos-London flights until September.

However, due to the high demand to fly with the airline, Air Peace on Wednesday said more seats have been created to meet the passengers’ needs.

“Due to overwhelming demand and interest in our London route, we have decided to increase the capacity on the route,” Air Peace said.

“This means that more seats are now available.

“Air Peace would like to thank the Nigerian population, both in Nigeria and in the United Kingdom, for their support.

“We do not take it for granted, and we will be doing our best to continue to make the whole country proud.”

Meanwhile, on April 2, Onyema said the airline faced internal and external obstacles before it could commence Lagos-London flight operation, adding that it took the airline seven years to be able to commence operations.

He also said the country is being fleeced by all the airlines “going to London from this place”.

Onyema said people were paying five times more than they should have been paying for flights.

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