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Air Peace Announces Significant Reduction in London Route Ticket Prices

 

Air Peace, a leading player in Nigeria’s aviation sector, has announced a substantial adjustment in ticket prices for its London route, effective March 30. Economy class tickets for the London flights will now be priced at N1.2 million, while business class tickets will be priced at N4 million.

This announcement marks a significant reduction compared to the current ticket prices for London flights, which range between N2.3 million and N4.2 million for economy class and N6 million for business class.

Stanley Olisa, the airline’s Corporate Communications Lead, emphasized that the updated flight schedules are available on Air Peace’s website. The move underscores Air Peace’s commitment to providing competitive pricing, making air travel more accessible to a wider segment of the Nigerian population.

Olisa stated, “A return economy class ticket goes for N1.2 million, while a return business class ticket sells for N4 million. Nigerians studying in the United Kingdom can also now access their special 15% rebate on the already reduced economy fares.”

This development coincides with Air Peace’s preparation to launch its London route, marking the airline’s seventh international destination in almost a decade of operation. The carrier, known as a leader in Nigeria’s aviation industry, operates an extensive network with 21 domestic routes, 10 regional routes, and six international destinations. With a modern fleet comprising more than 30 aircraft, Air Peace aims to expand its global footprint while prioritizing accessibility for passengers, including students and travelers on the London route.

Key Points:

  • Air Peace has reduced ticket prices for its London route, effective March 30, with economy class tickets priced at N1.2 million and business class at N4 million.
  • This adjustment aims to make air travel more affordable for Nigerian passengers.
  • Passengers studying in the United Kingdom can also benefit from a special 15% rebate on economy fares.
  • The reduction in ticket prices comes as Air Peace prepares to launch its London route, expanding its international network.
  • Nigeria’s aviation sector faces challenges due to forex instability and Jet A1 scarcity, impacting ticket costs and operational stability.
  • The reduction in ticket prices reflects Air Peace’s commitment to serving passengers and adapting to market conditions amidst industry challenges.

The reduction in ticket prices reflects Air Peace’s commitment to serving passengers and adapting to market conditions amidst industry challenges.

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