Domestic airlines have offered their support towards helping the FG with essential flight services as it combats the coronavirus pandemic in the country.
Domestic airline operators have temporarily suspended all scheduled flight operations as part of the measure to help curtail the spread of Coronavirus.
Air Peace has announced the suspension of all flight operations starting from midnight on Friday, 27 March 2020.
Nigerian startup airline, Green Africa Airways, has ordered fifty A220s jets from Airbus.
The recurring harmattan has continued to cause flight cancellation and delay in Nigeria, as domestic airlines are trying to take precaution.
It comes as no surprise that the aviation industry in Africa has benefitted from technological development over the past few years.
Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has issued a 30-day ultimatum to airlines, airports in the country to clear their N4 billion debt or risk sanctions. #NAMA
Air Peace released a press statement, yesterday, confirming that there was a security breach on one of its planes in Lagos.
Air Peace has asked the Federal Government of Nigeria to prevent foreign carriers from operating domestic flights in the country.
The EFCC has seized the international passport and restricted the movement of the founder of Air Peace, Allen Onyema.