Ibom Air Dedicates Best Airline Of The Year Award To Customers

Nigeria’s promising airline, Ibom Air has been adjudged “The Best Airline of the Year” for the third consecutive year at the African Travel Quarterly Travelers Award ceremony, 2024 for its performance as a domestic airline and pivotal role in shaping the aviation sector.

The award event, held on April 19, 2024, at the National Museum, Lagos, had in attendance the Minister of Tourism of Nigeria, Ms Lola-Ade John, the Commissioner for Culture and Tourism Akwa Ibom State, Sir Charles Udo, and several other Tourism Commissioners from other states of the federation.

The Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of Ibom Air, Mr. George Uriesi expressed gratitude for the recognition, stating, “We are honoured and humbled to receive the ‘Best Airline of the Year’ award for the third consecutive year.

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“We dedicate it to our customers, who have stuck with us through thick and thin and for whom we will continue to work hard every day to meet their very high expectations. We also acknowledge and thank African Travel Quarterly Magazine for the painstaking, objective,  data-based process they follow in conferring these awards on recipients. This prestigious accolade validates our commitment and rewards the tireless efforts of our entire workforce.”

“At Ibom Air, we acknowledge that our passengers are the cornerstone of our endeavors. Their loyalty and confidence have been instrumental in shaping our triumphs and propelling us to continually strive for service excellence. Awards like this serve to encourage us tremendously.”

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“In celebration of this significant milestone, Ibom Air is thrilled to unveil its forthcoming plans to elevate the travel experience of our passengers by introducing the cutting-edge Airbus A220-300, set to commence operations imminently. This state-of-the-art aircraft will revolutionize standards of comfort, reliability and efficiency in domestic and regional air travel while also stabilizing our schedule to match what our passengers have come to expect from us.”

“We are steadfast in our pledge to uphold the highest standards of safety, comfort, and convenience for our passengers,” affirmed Uriesi. “Incorporating the Airbus A220-300 reaffirms our unwavering commitment to delivering a world-class service that meets the expectations of our esteemed passengers.”

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About Ibom Air

Ibom Air is a limited liability company wholly owned by the Akwa Ibom State Government, a sub-national in Nigeria. It aims to set the standard as an Airline of choice for passengers by focusing on schedule reliability, on-time departures, and excellent service.  It has a fleet of six Aircraft: five Bombardier CRJ 900 and one Airbus A220-300, covering eight destinations.

Wole Shadare