Air Peace Ordered 13 E195-E2s Aircraft for the Nigerian airline (Exclusive Photos)

 

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You will recall that Airpeace Airline signed for 13 units (pieces) of Embraer’s First E2 “Profit Hunter” during the Embraer Africa Conference April 2019 in Mauritius ?? and the aircraft will be delivered this quarter. See Air Peace Online Flight Booking from Peace Airline.

Images of the 124-seater Embraer 195-E2 aircraft. 13 of this aircraft were ordered. First delivery in September.

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Below is the finalized assembly video from Brazil ??. This is the first of 13 E195-E2s for the Nigerian airline.

Air Peace Embraer E195E2 Comes Together

The wings and empennage on the West African carrier’s first E195-E2 were just joined to the fuselage.

Delivery is planned in Q3. Air Peace is the first African carrier to fly the E2 and the first to configure the premium cabin with our staggered seat option.

The 124-seat E2s will complement the 8 ERJ145s in the fleet of Air Peace Hopper, a subsidiary of Air Peace.

According to the airline, with the delivery of the new jets, it would connect more cities in its domestic operations by developing new routes and connecting people to business hubs at different parts of the country.

“We will like to develop new routes to enhance the nation’s economy. We will like to connect Owerri to Kano, Benin to Port Harcourt, Ibadan to some destinations in the northern part of the country. We will also like to connect Sokoto to Maiduguri, Lagos to Gombe. We would connect these cities without stops in Lagos or Abuja.

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