Nigerian carrier Air Peace has boosted its regional operations with the introduction of night flights out of Lagos to Accra, Banjul and Dakar.
The airline's Chief Operating Officer, Oluwatoyin Olajide, who made the disclosure on Monday in Lagos, said the new flights were part of the airline's strategy to make air travel on the West Coast of Africa seamless and more beneficial.
She the night flights, which commenced from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos on Sunday was a relief for business and leisure travellers on the West Coast looking to utilise their trips to transact their business unrushed.
Olajide said: “We keep reviewing our regional operations in line with our promise to provide seamless, on-time and comfortable flight services. Whatever the travel needs of our esteemed guests, we want to be able to provide a service that fits their plans.
“We have been operating on the West Coast of Africa for more than a year and a half. One thing we have come to realise is that a lot of persons like to travel at night and get to their destinations on time to do their transactions in a calm, unhurried and fruitful manner.
“This is the interest we are catering for with the introduction of night flights. We want our valued guests to arrive at their destinations, go about their business as they wish and still have enough time to prepare for their return trips.
“This is just the beginning of the innovations and win-win travel options we are bringing to air travel on the West Coast of Africa.”
Olajide said Air Peace valued its guests and was always ready to make its flight schedules and timings as comfortable as possible for them.