Following the decision of the Federal Government to impose travel restrictions on South Africa, Air Peace, Nigeria’s major carrier, has suspended flight operations to South Africa, with effect from July 2, 2021.
In a statement signed by Air Peace management, the airline stated that it acted in line with the Federal Government’s directive.
Nigeria had added South Africa to its restriction list due the spread of COVID-19.
Air Peace said its flights into and out of Johannesburg will be suspended till further notice.
The airline said passengers whose flights are affected by the new development would join the last flight to and from Johannesburg.
“Passengers whose flights are affected by this new development can join the last flight to and from Johannesburg on July 1, 2021, reschedule without additional costs or request a refund.
“We regret all inconveniences cost and shall keep you apprised of emerging developments,” the statement said.