Bellagio Air promises to make impact, apply cutting edge technology to enhance air travel in Nigeria

As more airlines adorn the country’s sky, Bellagio Airlines said it looks forward to making a lasting impact on the aviation landscape, delivering enhanced travel experiences, and contributing to the growth and progress of Nigerian aviation.

The carrier equally expressed its commitment to bridging process gaps, embracing cutting-edge technology, and utilizing ancillary channels to enhance domestic air travel within Nigeria.

Speaking during a courtesy call on the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Olorogun Festus Keyamo in Abuja on Friday,  Dr. Oludare Akande, OON, Chairman of Bellagio Airlines, highlighted the airline’s dedication to excellence, and its commitment to maintaining high levels of reliability, reducing flights delays and cancellations, improving on safety, and delivering an unparalleled customer experience.

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Dr. Akande was accompanied by Mr. Ima Niboro, the airline’s Executive Director of Government Affairs and Strategic Communications.

During the meeting, Dr. Akande commended Olorogun Keyamo for his visionary initiatives and decisions, describing the current state of affairs in the aviation sector as a “new dawn.” He expressed optimism about the future of the industry and hailed the transformative leadership of Chief Keyamo.

The minister who welcomed the Bellagio team warmly, encouraged the airline to bring forth new ideas and initiatives that will contribute to the transformation of the aviation sector in Nigeria.

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Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Olorogun Festus Keyamo,SAN, flanked by the Chairman, Bellagio Airlines, Dr. Oludare Akande, and Executive Director, Government Affairs and Strategic Communications, Ima Niboro

He acknowledged the role of passion as one of the key drivers of investment and innovation and praised Bellagio Airlines and other leading stakeholders for their commitment to developing the aviation sector

Wole Shadare


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