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Akwa Ibom State Government Launches Ibom Air

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The Akwa Ibom state government state government has launched an airline which will commence flight operations after the staff training, test run and the regulatory authorities have certified it fit to fly in the Nigerian airspace.

The airline known as Ibom Air was unveiled after several months of planning by the Akwa Ibom state government. The state government has reportedly disclosed that the airline would operate within Uyo-Lagos-Abuja routes.

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This Day reports that the state commissioner for special duties and Aviation Development, Akan Okon said the heavy traffic in Akwa Ibom airport made it imperative for the state government to join the few airlines operating there.


Ibom Air was unveiled after several months of planning by the Akwa Ibom state government, credits: Instant News
“Ibom Air has come to stay. I am happy to tell you that we have completed recruitment with good number of Akwa Ibom children. The Chief Pilot is from Akwa Ibom. Three aircraft are secured and are ready for commencement of operation. It is completely owned and operated by Akwa Ibom State Government and it will provide 400 direct and indirect jobs,” he said.

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The commissioner said the airline is exclusively owned by the Akwa Ibom state government, noting that its management and operations would completely be professionals with world best practices.


The launch of the airline was confirmed by the state commissioner for special duties and aviation development, Akan Okon, credits: Instant News
Okon notes that the members of staff of the new airline who are currently undergoing training in their various areas of specialties, were recruited strictly on merit. He said the airline would begin operation immediately the formalities are concluded.


The commissioner said the airline is exclusively owned by the Akwa Ibom state government, credits: Instant News
Meanwhile, Nigeria's aviation minister, Captain Hadi Sirika, has dismissed claims made by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, saying bad weather prevented movement of election materials on the eve of the postponed elections.

Professor Yakubu had while addressing stakeholders on Saturday, February 16 in Abuja, stated that some election materials could not be transported by air due to bad weather. Professor Yakubu also gave several other reasons during the interactive session where party leaders, observers, journalists, civil society organisations and security agencies were present.

Responding to the INEC chairman's claim on bad weather, Captain Sirika noted that it was false via his Twitter handle.

According to him, weather was good for flight operations on the eve of elections, adding that all airports were directed to open 24 hours during the election period.

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Thats a nice one.

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[ @awesome007: ] The Akwa Ibom state government state government has launched an airliI'mne which will commence flight operations after the staff training, test run and the regulatory authorities have certified it fit to fly in the Nigerian airspace.

The airline known as Ibom Air was unveiled after several months of planning by the Akwa Ibom state government. The state government has reportedly disclosed that the airline would operate within Uyo-Lagos-Abuja routes.

READ ALSO: Court to hear suit seeking to disqualify Atiku after presidential election

This Day reports that the state commissioner for special duties and Aviation Development, Akan Okon said the heavy traffic in Akwa Ibom airport made it imperative for the state government to join the few airlines operating there.


Ibom Air was unveiled after several months of planning by the Akwa Ibom state government, credits: Instant News
“Ibom Air has come to stay. I am happy to tell you that we have completed recruitment with good number of Akwa Ibom children. The Chief Pilot is from Akwa Ibom. Three aircraft are secured and are ready for commencement of operation. It is completely owned and operated by Akwa Ibom State Government and it will provide 400 direct and indirect jobs,” he said.

READ ALSO: NAIJ.com upgrades to Legit.ng: a letter from our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda

The commissioner said the airline is exclusively owned by the Akwa Ibom state government, noting that its management and operations would completely be professionals with world best practices.


The launch of the airline was confirmed by the state commissioner for special duties and aviation development, Akan Okon, credits: Instant News
Okon notes that the members of staff of the new airline who are currently undergoing training in their various areas of specialties, were recruited strictly on merit. He said the airline would begin operation immediately the formalities are concluded.


The commissioner said the airline is exclusively owned by the Akwa Ibom state government, credits: Instant News
Meanwhile, Nigeria's aviation minister, Captain Hadi Sirika, has dismissed claims made by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, saying bad weather prevented movement of election materials on the eve of the postponed elections.

Professor Yakubu had while addressing stakeholders on Saturday, February 16 in Abuja, stated that some election materials could not be transported by air due to bad weather. Professor Yakubu also gave several other reasons during the interactive session where party leaders, observers, journalists, civil society organisations and security agencies were present.

Responding to the INEC chairman's claim on bad weather, Captain Sirika noted that it was false via his Twitter handle.

According to him, weather was good for flight operations on the eve of elections, adding that all airports were directed to open 24 hours during the election period.

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That's good enough to hear.

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Akwa Ibom is really great

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Nsidibe
This is so serious indeed

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this is a huge some of money

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such is a welcome development as it tends to attract business investors from outside the state and country at large.

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ibom air welcome development

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The airline known as Ibom Air was unveiled after several months of planning by the Akwa Ibom state government. The state government has reportedly disclosed that the airline would operate within Uyo-Lagos-Abuja routes.

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That's very good

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It's a step up for the state

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ha ha no problem at all
this is good for their community

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It will help boost the economy of the state and create job too

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Nice one from the government.. It will boost the State economy

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This is a great investment to akwa ibom state

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Nice construction government .

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That one is also good, atleaat it's fair enough

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