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Air Peace reinstates South African flights

AIR Peace has reinstated its Johannesburg, South Africa, flights three months after suspending same over the increasing cost of aviation fuel and scarcity as well as the delay in the issuance of visa to intending passengers.

The airline said would now resume the flight tomorrow, saying the schedules are now live on its website/mobile app for booking.

Recall that the suspension which took effect from August 22 was said to be for a period of 60 days.

Domestic airlines had been forced to adjust their schedules over the recurring scarcity of Jet fuel as well as the skyrocketing price of the product.

Air Peace in the new notice expressed optimism that the issues which warranted the suspension would have been addressed before October.

Our correspondent learnt that following the improvement in the visa issuance process and the recent stability in aviation fuel supply, the Airline decided to reinstate the South African flight.

The airline confirmed the resumption in a notice posted on the social media pages of the airline.

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