Air Peace, a domestic airline, has announced plans to expand its operational routes to connect the whole of Africa.
The airline said this in a statement on Wednesday.
It said the connection would help in facilitating economic prosperity on the continent.
The airline said the expansion would see the airline begin flight operation from Lagos to Cotonou, in the Benin Republic, and Abidjan, in Ivory Coast, on January 22.
It said the initiative would bring to 10 of its regional destinations in less than a decade of commencing scheduled flight operations.
The statement also mentioned that apart from the new routes, Air Peace was also introducing new connections such as Abidjan-Dakar, Cotonou-Dakar and Abidjan-Cotonou.
The airline, with its fleet of over 30 aircraft, now operates on 21 domestic routes, eight regional and six international destinations, according to the statement.