Air Peace Issues Alert After Passengers Fall Victim to Website Fraud

Air Peace, the renowned Nigerian airline, recently issued a warning to passengers regarding fraudulent activities on its online booking platform. The alert came shortly after the inauguration of its groundbreaking direct flight from Nigeria to the United Kingdom.

In a statement posted on social media platform X (formerly Twitter), Air Peace revealed that some passengers intending to book UK flights were deceived by fraudsters who cloned the airline’s official website. The perpetrators utilized the identity collaterals from Air Peace’s website to create a fake platform, “www.flyairpeace.uk,” falsely representing it as the airline’s official booking site.

The airline clarified that its sole and authentic website remains “www.flyairpeace.com” and urged the public to disregard the fraudulent site. Emphasizing the severity of the issue, Air Peace stressed that the fake website is impersonating the airline and exploiting unsuspecting individuals.

Air Peace commenced its daily flights to Gatwick, London, on March 30, 2024, marking a significant milestone in its operations. Despite this achievement, the airline is vigilant about protecting its customers from online scams and emphasizes the importance of booking through its official website to ensure a secure and reliable travel experience.

The airline’s proactive response to the fraudulent activity reflects its commitment to maintaining trust and integrity in its operations. By alerting the public and dissociating itself from the fake website, Air Peace demonstrates its dedication to customer safety and transparency.

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