Air Peace is, without a doubt, making Africans proud with its dedication to peacefully transporting people around the continent. Ibironke Rotimi-Olajide, one of the airline’s female pilots, appears to be a source of pride for the Nɪɢᴇʀian-based carrier. Air Peace, on one of its social media sites, specifically Facebook, commended Ibironke Rotimi-Olajide for becoming Africa’s first female pilot to fly one of their newest and most modern aircraft, the Embraer 195-E2.
Meet the first female pilot in Africa to operate the new Embraer 195-E2 aircraft, wrote Air Peace. She is a fantastic Senior First Officer who may be flying with you on your next flight. Let’s shower her with affection. The airline business wrote the following. Ibironke Rotimi-Olajide began her career with Air Peace as a Senior First Officer (SFO) in 2017 and is now a Captain. In 2012, she graduated from Riverside Flight Center with a pilot’s certificate and became a commercial pilot.
She is currently creating history because she was given the opportunity to fly one of Air Peace’s aircraft.
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