The Akwa Ibom State Government has acquired two new aircraft for Ibom Airlines to make a total of five aircraft owned by the state So far, Ibom Air had made about 3,000 flights since it began
operations in June, and is now flying more route.
Chairman of Ibom Air, Air Commodore Idongesit Nkanga, said during a press conference with newsmen in Uyo that the new aircraft would be unveiled this January.
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He said Ibom Air had made about 3,000 flights since it began operations in June and is now flying more routes.
Nkanga explained that before 2023, the state would float 10 aircraft, adding that the government had invested a lot in the aviation business to boost the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of the state. He further revealed that the coming of Ibom Airlines had brought substantial economic improvement to the state