In a statement on Tuesday by Air Peace spokesman, Mr. Stanley Olisa, the airline operated a direct flight from Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos to the Island country of Jamaica.
The airline said that one of its three Boeing 777 aircraft with registration number 5N-BVE was deployed for the 11-hour flight which departed at 5pm with 132 passengers on board. The aircraft which arrived Montego Bay, Jamaica is expected to fly again into the island country on December 27 for a return trip the next day.
Olisa explained that it was a special charter flight and the airline’s maiden flight to the island. He said the flight further emphasised the airline’s capability to operate flights to any destination in the world, adding that ‘Air Peace has the aircraft and the requisite manpower to do this’.
Recently, Air Peace operated international flights to multiple destinations such as China, Turkey, India, Malaysia, Israel, United Kingdom, Thailand, Indonesia and last week launched scheduled direct flights to Johannesburg, South Africa.