Ibom Air has announced plans to commence scheduled flight operations to Lagos and Abuja from the Bayelsa International Airport Yenagoa.
In a statement signed by Group Manager Marketing and Communication,Ibom Air, Annie Essienette, beginning from Friday 25th February 2022, Yenogoa will be the latest destination in the ongoing domestic expansion program of the airline, in line with its quest to provide a reliable travel option for business and leisure travelers across the country.
Meanwhile, through a special chartered flight on Tuesday 8 February conveying the Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, HE Senator Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo from Lagos to Yenagoa, the airline seized the occasion to introduce itself to Bayelsans.
The COO of Ibom Air, Mr. George Uriesi, in providing clarity on the choice of Yenagoa, said: “we have carefully planned several route launches in 2022, beginning with Yenagoa. We are excited at the prospect of contributing to the economic development of Bayelsa State, by offering services that our passengers have come to expect and trust. We are bringing to Yenagoa our brand proposition of schedule reliability, on-time departures and excellent service, to enable business and leisure travelers to and from the state, plan their commute with greater efficiency”.
The COO added “we want to take this opportunity to assure our passengers that as we expand our operations, they can rest assured that safety and customer satisfaction still remains at the center of Ibom Air’s operations and that we will work hard to continue to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations”.
The airline will shortly announce the commencement of sales on its booking portal www.ibomair.com, and at the city travel center located at the Ebiis Hotels ltd, Winners Road, off Isaac Boro Express Way Etegwe, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.
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