Air Peace set to resume Warri, Freetown this July
Air Peace has announced that it will resume flight operations from July 9 and 21 of 2021 at Warri and Freetown, respectively.
Stanley Olisa told reporters that Warri service from Lagos and Abuja would operate daily, while Freetown flights will operate on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
He says, with great pleasure, that Air Peace will resume flight services between Warri and Freetown to broaden connectivity, noting that air service will be increased to other destinations as the airline takes delivery of new E195-E2 aircraft and other aircraft currently undergoing maintenance overseas.
In her remarks, Olisa announced that customers could now book the recently reinstated Warri and Freetown flights on the airline’s website or mobile app and reiterated the company’s commitment to providing best-in-class flight services while maintaining the highest levels of safety.
In addition to serving 16 domestic routes, 5 regional routes, and 2 international destinations, including Johannesburg, Air Peace boasts a varied fleet of 28 aircraft, including three brand new E195-E2 jets with a 124-seat capacity.