Lady Who Paid N1.2m to Fly From London to Lagos By Air Peace Breaks Silence About Airline's Service

Lady Who Paid N1.2m to Fly From London to Lagos By Air Peace Breaks Silence About Airline's Service

  • A Nigerian lady said she heard about Air Peace and she decided to use the airline when she was travelling from London to Lagos
  • The lady said she heard Air Peace was charging £650 (N1.2 million) and she decided to buy a ticket
  • She said she enjoyed her flight and experienced no stress at Gatwick Airport when she was checking in

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A lady heard about Air Peace's London to Lagos flight, and she decided to buy a ticket and fly with the airline.

After flying from London Gatwick to Lagos, the lady has come out to share her experience.

Lady who flew with Air Peace from London to Lagos.
The lady said the Air Peace flight to Lagos was smooth. Photo credit: TikTok/Oluwalooshey and Getty Images/Aaron Foster.
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In a video, Oluwalooshey said the check-in process for the flight was so smooth.

She gave kudos to Air Peace, noting that the flight from London to Lagos was a good one, devoid of any problems.

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Oluwalooshey said she decided to fly with Air Peace when she heard they were charging £650 (N1.2 million).

She noted that the size of the Air Peace plane shocked her and that it was filled to the brim. She noted that the fly was so smooth she barely noticed she was on air.

The lady showed when the flight landed safely at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos and how she rushed to buy suya, which she had been craving.

Watch the video below:

Reactions as lady praise Air Peace London flight

@ADebare_Kareem asked:

"Wen you dey return make we go together?"
"The food isn’t Nigerian because it’s London-Lagos so the catering in London might not be able to cater Nigerian dishes. So that’s the reason. You should expect our own dishes when going Lagos-London."

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@Ceentiya of Abuja said:

"Carry me next time."

What Allen Onyema said about UK and Nigerian income

Meanwhile, reported that the Air Peace boss, Allen Onyema, stirred controversy with his recent statement asserting that earning N200,000 monthly in Nigeria surpasses receiving £2,000 in the UK.

Onyema, also a lawyer, argued that in foreign lands like the UK, a £2,000 earner is, at best, a pauper.

In the viral video, Onyema asked Nigerians to stop running down their own country.

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