Air Peace Takes Delivery of Two Airbus A320s

LONDON – Nigerian flag carrier, Air Peace, took delivery of two Airbus A320 aircraft, bringing the carrier’s Airbus fleet to four A320 aircraft.

In November 2021 the carrier received its first two A320-200 through a six-month damp-lease agreement with European charter and cargo operator SmartLynx Airlines.

Air Peace operates their A320’s on regional and domestic routes.

The 2 new aircraft will soon join the carrier’s schedule and will support regional operations.

The Lagos-based carrier is the biggest airline in Nigeria and West Africa with a diverse fleet of around 30 aircraft.

The airline operates Boeing 737 and 777 along with their regional fleet of Dornier Do328’s, Embraer ERJ-145’s and Embraer E2s.

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