Air Peace, Nigeria’s largest carrier, has successfully passed the globally recognised and rigorous safety audit, International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), earning the airline a fourth IOSA certification. 

According to the Spokesman of Air Peace, Stanley Olisa, who made this known on Friday, the recent certification exemplifies the airline’s commitment to global standards in aviation safety. 

“Air Peace is unwaveringly committed to observing the highest standards of safety in its operations and the consecutive success in the IOSA audits is a testament to this commitment. For us, safety comes first for both our passengers and staff. We cannot compromise on this”, Olisa stated. 

He went further to renew the airline’s commitment to complying with global safety standards, while promising more seamless connectivity, consistent fleet modernisation and strategic route expansion in order to meet the public’s travel needs. 

Olisa commended the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for its dedication in ensuring that stakeholders in the aviation sector across the globe, comply with existing safety standards, as safety is the core of the industry. 

Air Peace obtained its first IOSA certification when it was barely two years into its operations; thereby, setting a record and getting inducted as a member of IATA. 

The airline is at the forefront of Nigeria’s aviation industry with 20 domestic routes, seven regional routes and two international destinations, while it operates an increasing modern fleet of 35 aircrafts, including five brand new E195-E2s and 5 Airbus 320s.