A combination of high level safety consciousness, timeliness of flight operations and deliberate drive to sustain customer satisfaction without compromising standards are what make Air Peace the most patronised local airline in Nigeria”
These were the words of Chris Iwarah, Corporate Communications Manager of Air Peace, reacting to the airline’s persistent feat in being flyers’ choice with the highest number of flights and passengers.
Iwarah said the airline’s Chairman/CEO, Mr. Allen Onyema is driven by a passion for service and selfless desire to grow a crop of aviation industry workforce that will be second to none in meeting international standards and adhering to regulatory dictates.
Recent statistics obtained from Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) indicate that in February 2018, Air Peace operated 1711 flights and lifted 157,149 inbound passengers and 160,145 outbound passengers.
In a February 2018 Summary of Complaints Received Against Domestic Operations issued by the NCAA, Arik Air came a distant second with 1,276 flights with 93,312 inbound passengers and 96,141 outbound passengers.
Dana Air came a more distant third with 572 flights, 40,122 inbound passengers and 40,287 outbound passengers. Other domestic airlines assessed in the summary include Azman, 295 flights; Aero Contractors, 271 flights; Medview,244 flights; Overland Airways,203 and First Nation that achieved 152 flights.
Aero topped the list of canceled flights with 12, Azman 6,Arik 5,Medview 5, Air Peace 4 and overland had only one flight canceled in the month.Dana and First Nation did not record any flight cancellation.