Air Peace Hopper is a Nigerian airline that flies scheduled passenger flights. The airline is the regional subsidiary of Air Peace and flies a number of its domestic routes. Unlike many subsidiaries, the airline isn't an entirely separate airline from its parent and flies under the same IATA code (P4).
Air Peace Hopper doesn't fly a set long-term schedule of flights. Like its parent airline, it's based at Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS), Lagos and can fly any domestic route on its behalf. Air Peace Hopper doesn't haven't it's own branding or aircraft. Instead, it borrows aircraft and branding from its parent airline. This means that passengers that are on a flight wouldn't actually be able to tell the difference between the subsidiary and mainline carrier.
The one way to know the difference between an Air Peace Hopper and an Air Peace flight is by the type of aircraft that is being used for the flight. Air Peace Hopper uses Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft, which is an aircraft type that isn't used by the parent airline.
The airline flies domestic routes within Nigeria on behalf of its parent carrier.
While Air Peace Hopper doesn't have a set schedule of destinations that it flies to, it can operate to any of the following destinations on behalf of its parent airline: Abuja, Asaba, Benin City, Calabar, Enugu, Lagos, Kaduna, Kano, Owerri, Port Harcourt and Uyo.
This is in addition to any future domestic destinations that its parent airline adds to its route network.
Passengers can bring one item of carry-on baggage that weighs no more than 6 kg and doesn't exceed the overall dimensions of 45 cm (17.7") x 33 cm (13") x 20 cm (7.9"). This is included within the price of the flight ticket.
Passengers can bring one item of checked baggage that weighs no more than 20 kg. There are no stated dimensions for this baggage and the bag is included within the price of the flight ticket.
The Economy Class cabin is the only cabin class on flights. Economy Class offers simplicity and convenience, designed to take passengers to their destination with comfort and safety. The airline has a warm and friendly cabin crew that are trained to help passengers with anything that they need during the flight.
Seats are set out in a 1 x 2 formation, guaranteeing that each passenger will sit by either a window, aisle or both. There are 50 seats on each plane.
Passengers are given a complimentary snack box on all flights. The contents of the snack box will differ depending on the time of day flown, with breakfast items served in the morning and different items served for the afternoon and morning.
The snack box usually consists of a sweet item, a savoury item and a juice. Complimentary water is also offered to passengers.
There's no in-flight entertainment or WIFI on Euroairlines flights.
The airline and its parent are the first Nigerian airline to offer its passengers free WIFI.
The airline is in the process of installing WIFI on all of its flights. However, at this time, this service is not available on all flights.
Whether WIFI is available on the flight will depend on whether the aircraft that is operating the flight has WIFI installed.
Online check-in can be completed by visiting the Air Peace online check-in page. Once on the page, passengers must click the online check-in tab and enter their surname and booking reference. Online check-in is available between 48–2 hours before scheduled flight departure time.
Passengers can also check-in at the airport of departure if they're not available to check-in online or choose not to.
Airport check-in is open between 3–1 hour(s) before scheduled flight departure time.
Passengers must make sure to bring the relevant travel documents with them in order to check-in for their flight (government-issued photo ID and flight ticket).
Air Peace Hopper's fleet is made up entirely of Embraer ERJ-145's. There are more than 5 ERJ-145s within its fleet. The planes are owned by its parent airline.
Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) is an international airport in Lagos, Nigeria and the hub airport for Air Peace Hopper. The airline has used Murtala Muhammed International as its hub for as long as it has existed and flies select domestic flights in and out of the airport for its parent airline. The airport has two runways and two terminal buildings — the international and domestic terminal. Air Peace Hopper flies exclusively from the domestic terminal.