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Air Peace Establishes Transit Hub, Unveils Global and Regional Connectivity from Lagos

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Air Peace, Nigeria’s leading airline, has initiated transit flights from Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos to various global and regional cities, marking the establishment of Nigeria’s first Transit Hub in collaboration with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), according to a press release issued on November 11.

The airline now offers seamless international connections such as Accra-Mumbai-Accra, Accra-Jeddah-Accra, Accra-Johannesburg-Accra, Dakar-Jeddah, and Dakar-Mumbai.

Additionally, regional transit options include Accra-Freetown-Accra, Accra-Douala-Accra, Monrovia-Lome-Monrovia, Accra-Dakar-Accra, Lome-Accra-Lome, and Accra-Banjul-Accra.

Air Peace aims to enhance the overall passenger experience and emphasizes strategic connectivity within domestic, regional, and international networks.

Notably, the airline has secured permission to operate in the United Kingdom and plans to officially launch this destination soon, following the commencement of direct flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in October 2023.

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