Sunday , 14 August 2022
Ibom Air's A220-300 aircraft with registration mark: SU-GFD at the Murtala Muhammed International Airpor

Ibom Air clocks 3, shows robust growth, stability despite rough skies


IBOM Air which commenced scheduled commercial flight operations with an inaugural flight from Uyo to Lagos, Friday the 7th of June 2019, today marks three years of servicing all its operational routes and has shown an organic growth pattern.


The airline which has flown over one and a half million passengers and about 22,000 flight in that time has come to be known for its brand promise of schedule reliability, on-time departures and excellent service.


In its three years, Ibom Air has amassed a fleet of seven aircraft including: five (5) Bombardier CRJ 900 and two (2) Airbus A220-300, covering seven (7) destinations showing how far the airline has come.


Chief Operating Officer George Uriesi commenting on the airline’s third year in operation said, “looking back over the last three years and how far we have come as a business, this milestone presents yet another opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to our esteemed passengers. And so, on behalf of the Board, Management and Staff of Ibom Air, I say a big thank you to all our valued customers and stakeholders, including our shareholder, the Government and people of Akwa Ibom State. Our immense thanks go to His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Akwa Ibom State, for taking the bold step, believing in and standing by this vision.”


“We are humbled by the overwhelming public acceptance and goodwill we have enjoyed from the Nigerian traveling public, which has motivated us to remain resolute and determined to keep pushing the envelope as we contribute our quota to the growth and stability of the aviation industry in Nigeria and Africa.”


To commemorate the milestone, a lineup of activities have been planned to give back to customers and our community, including opportunities to win free airline tickets and an invitation to watch the private screening of the aviation-themed 2022 movie: Top Gun: Maverick.


The COO also reiterated the airline’s plan to commence regional routes later this year.


The story of Ibom Air began as an audacious, bold new idea, which has quickly grown to earn its place in the nation’s aviation landscape, winning notable awards along the way, including Airline of the Year two years in a row- 2020 and 2021 respectively, amongst many other awards from notable institutions.



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