|Operating bases||Murtala Muhammed International Airport|
|Key people||Allen Onyema CEO|
Air Peace is a private Nigerian airline founded in 2013 with its head office in Lagos State, Nigeria. Air Peace, which provides passenger and charter services, serves the major cities of Nigeria and flies to several West African destinations and the Middle East.
As of May 2019, Air Peace flies to the following destinations in Nigeria, the Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Senegal, Sierra Leone and United Arab Emirates:
|Gambia||Banjul||Banjul International Airport|
|Ghana||Accra||Kotoka International Airport|
|Liberia||Monrovia||Roberts International Airport|
|Nigeria||Abuja||Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport|
|Asaba||Asaba International Airport|
|Benin City||Benin Airport|
|Calabar||Margaret Ekpo International Airport|
|Enugu||Akanu Ibiam International Airport|
|Lagos||Murtala Muhammed International Airport
|Kaduna||Kaduna International Airport|
|Kano||Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport|
|Owerri||Sam Mbakwe Airport|
|Port Harcourt||Port Harcourt International Airport|
|Uyo||Akwa Ibom Airport|
|Senegal||Dakar||Blaise Diagne International Airport|
|Sierra Leone||Freetown||Lungi International Airport|
|United Arab Emirates||Sharjah||Sharjah International Airport|||
|Boeing 737 MAX 8||—||10||TBA|
|Embraer ERJ-145||6||50||Operated by Air Peace Hopper|
|Embraer E195-E2||—||10||TBA||10 firm orders plus 20 purchase rights|
Accidents and incidents
- On 14 December 2018, an Air Peace Boeing 737 from Lagos to Enugu with 130 passengers and 6 crew suffered a loss of cabin pressure at 31000 feet. Although the oxygen masks deployed, the crew elected to continue the flight after an emergency descent. Two passengers were subsequently treated for complications related to the decompression.
- On 15 May 2019, an Air Peace Boeing 737 from Port Harcourt to Lagos suffered a hard landing that resulted in damage to the engine pod and the landing gear. The aircraft was grounded, although no injuries were reported.
- On 22 June 2019, an Air Peace Boeing 737 with 87 passengers and 6 crew from Abuja to Port Harcourt exited the runway while landing in heavy rain and came to rest in soft mud.
- On 23 July 2019, an Air Peace Boeing 737 with 133 passengers and 6 crew landed on Lagos' runway 18R but suffered a hard touch down causing both nose wheels to separate from the nose gear strut. The aircraft skidded to a halt on the runway on main wheels and the rest of the nose gear strut. There was one minor injury. The aircraft sustained substantial damage as did the runway.
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- "Nigeria's Air Peace eyes Boeing widebodies for inc'l ops". ch-aviation. Retrieved 2017-08-29.
- "5N-BVE Air Peace Boeing 777-200". www.planespotters.net. Retrieved 2018-02-16.
- "Nigeria's Air Peace signs for 10 737 MAX 8s". Flightglobal. Retrieved September 13, 2018.
- Omotayo, Joseph (Mar 21, 2019). "Air Peace gets third Boeing 777 airplane, to expand its flight operations". www.legit.ng. Retrieved Sep 18, 2019.
- "Air Peace orders up to 30 E195-E2s". flightglobal. 2019-04-03. Retrieved 2019-04-03.
- "Accident: Peace B733 near Enugu on Dec 14th 2018, loss of cabin pressure". avherald.com. Retrieved Sep 18, 2019.
- "Accident: Peace B733 at Lagos on May 15th 2019, hard landing and engine pod strike". avherald.com. Retrieved Sep 18, 2019.
- "Incident: Peace B735 at Port Harcourt on Jun 22nd 2019, runway excursion on landing". avherald.com. Retrieved Sep 18, 2019.
- "Accident: Peace B733 at Lagos on Jul 23rd 2019, hard landing causes nose wheels to separate". avherald.com. Retrieved 2019-07-23.
Air Peace Airline, volunteered to send an aircraft on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 to evacuate Nigerians who wish to return free of charge during xenophobia attack in South Africa
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