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Air Peace gets second spic and span Embraer 195-E2 airplane



The administration of Air Peace says it has taken conveyance of another of its 13 Embraer E195-E2 requested for.

Its Chairman, Mr Allen Onyema, spread the word about this in an assertion by Mr Stanley Olisa, the carrier Corporate Communication Officer, on Thursday in Lagos.

The carrier took conveyance of the airplane at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja.

Onyema said that the carrier limit had exhausted for in some cases.

As per him, the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have hindered support chips away at a large number of the airplane that are in nations that are as yet noticing lockdowns over the pandemic.

He said that before the finish of July, all the airplane would be back in Nigeria.

“Air Peace isn’t the lone carrier that has been influenced by the pandemic around the world, and Nigeria isn’t insusceptible from those things that have attempted to obliterate avionics around the world.

“As I address you, we have around 20 of our airplane still in support overall in view of the impacts of COVID19.

“The vast majority of the nations where these planes were taken to are in different degrees of lockdown and subsequently, the speed of work on our planes has eased back down.

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“This has exhausted our ability both inside and outside Nigeria.

“We are in good company in this; every one of the more established aircrafts are encountering something very similar,” Onyema said.

As per him, the solitary carriers that may not have these difficulties are the exceptionally new aircrafts inside and outside Nigeria since they are simply beginning.

“Be that as it may, those over seven years are on the whole doing C-checks. Prior to the furthest limit of July, every one of our planes that are in upkeep will be brought back”, he added.

Onyema said that the vision of the aircraft to keep on giving consistent associations with travelers locally and globally is alive.

“What you are seeing today is the force of a dream. At the point when we began in 2014, we realized that by 2017, we would begin procuring the B777 jets.

“At the point when the opportunity arrived, we turned into the main carrier in Nigeria to obtain the Boeing 777 and now, we have three of such planes.

“At the point when the time had come to support air terminals with low traffic like Minna, Akure, Makurdi, Jalingo and different spots, we gained eight 50-seater Embraer 145 planes.

“While we were doing it, we didn’t dismiss the need to begin anticipating fresh out of the box new planes.

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“On Sept. 13, 2018, we turned into the primary aircraft in sub-Saharan Africa to pay for 10 Boeing 737 Max 8 and our request is as yet unblemished, we will not drop it.

“We are the first in Africa to pay for 13 pristine planes and we would procure 17 more to make it 30.

“These planes will be sent to homegrown and local courses.

“These planes are the awesome. In the event that every one of the forces shut down while 30 feet above ocean level, a RAM sends naturally and the plane terrains easily.

“The airplane addresses the pilot and the pilot addresses it. When we get everything, we would give 8,000 positions to Nigerians,” he added.

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