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Foreign Airlines Move To Frustrate Air Peaceq

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Written By: Jacobs Dunga, Lagos


Following the laudable feat achieved by foremost airline operators Air Peace in reviving the Lagos to London direct flight by an indigenous carrier, consequences have begun to surface.

The leading airline operator in Nigeria forayed into the international market last month when they successfully airlifted passengers from Lagos to London.

In response to that, foreign operators plying the Lagos to London route have responded with a drastic reduction in flight tickets, a move which has been tagged as a target to frustrate the emergence of Air Peace.

Allen Onyema, CEO of Peace Airline, while speaking on Channels Television enjoined Nigerians to avoid being baited by the surprisingly low but temporary prices from the foreign airlines.

“Now Air Peace did this (brought down prices) & they crashed their prices from 17m to 5m, the dollar did not change!
They were using the dollar as a reason to do whatever they were doing to us.” He said while on live TV.

“All of a sudden, other airlines are underpricing, and the plan is to take Air Peace out. If they succeed, Nigerians will pay 20 times over.” He explained further.
Nigerians have however sprung to action as a social media campaign has been initiated to help encourage Nigerians on the need to fly Air Peace.



Source: www.thenewindependentonline.com

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