Air Peace, the largest airline in West and Central Africa, has announced the addition of more flight frequencies to cater to the expected surge in demand during the upcoming yuletide season.
Stanley Olisa, the airline’s spokesperson, shared this information with reporters in Lagos.
Olisa emphasized that additional flight schedules would be uploaded to the Air Peace website in the coming days, assuring travelers not to worry as the airline is committed to making more flights available to accommodate those who intend to travel, particularly to destinations in the South-South and South-East regions.
Starting from December 15, additional flight schedules will be available on the booking platforms in the near future, allowing the flying public to book their trips for the yuletide season.
He also highlighted that more aircraft are returning from maintenance checks abroad, which will contribute to meeting the increased travel demand expected during the festive period.
Air Peace plans to deploy additional aircraft to underserved destinations to ensure that they can meet the travel demands of passengers.
During the Christmas season, the demand for flights typically rises, especially to destinations in the South-East and South-South regions.
With numerous travelers booking available flights, the capacity often falls short.
Air Peace is responding by introducing multiple flight frequencies and deploying more aircraft to address this shortage, as detailed by Olisa.