According to a report by Premium Times, two states in Nigeria, Cross River, and Akwa Ibom, have jointly established an airline known as Ibom Air. The airline is a product of a partnership between the two states, with each owning a 50% stake in the venture. This is a significant milestone for the aviation industry in Nigeria, as it marks the first time that two states have come together to establish an airline.
Ibom Air currently operates domestic flights across Nigeria, with plans to expand its services to other West African countries shortly. The airline boasts of modern aircraft, highly trained pilots and crew, and top-notch customer service. With its efficient and reliable services, Ibom Air has quickly become a favorite among Nigerian travelers.
The establishment of Ibom Air is a testament to the visionary leadership of the governments of Cross River and Akwa Ibom states. By pooling their resources and expertise, these states have been able to create a world-class airline that provides affordable and convenient air travel to Nigerians. Ibom Air has also created employment opportunities for the people of these two states and is contributing significantly to the growth of the Nigerian economy.
As Ibom Air continues to grow and expand its services, it is expected to make a significant impact on the Nigerian aviation industry, setting the pace for other states and private investors to follow suit.
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