Air Peace recovers Monrovia on December 2

Air Peace, Nigeria’s largest airline, is set to resume Monrovia service on December 2, 2022.

Air Peace spokesman Stanley Olisa announced that the Lagos-Monrovia service will operate three times a week, adding that the airline is also finalizing plans to launch Tel Aviv operations soon.

Olisa noted that the airline is strengthening its presence in the West Coast and providing easy connectivity to Africans, while developing trade links between cities and contributing to the economic prosperity of the continent.

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Air Peace began Monrovia operations in August 2018 and suspended the route following the global COVID-19 lockdown.

Air Peace leads Nigeria’s aviation industry with a network of twenty domestic routes, seven regional routes and three international destinations.

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