Air Peace Suspends Flights To S’African Over COVID 19

Barely six months after commencing the Lagos-Johannesburg route, Air Peace has suspended flight services to the Southern African country till further notice.

The suspension of the route, according to the airline takes effect from Thursday, July 2, 2021.

A statement by the airline said that the suspension of the route was the to the Federal Government’s restrictions to the country and the partial lockdown in South Africa, occasioned by the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.



The airline asked passengers whose flights are affected by the new development to join the last flight to and from Johannesburg.

The airline regretted the effect of the suspension on its clients and promised to keep them updated as events unfold.

”Passengers whose flights are affected by this new development can join the last flight to and from Johannesburg on July 1, 2021, reschedule without additional costs or request a refund.

”We regret all inconveniences cost and shall keep you apprised of emerging developments,” the airline stated.

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