Ibom Air has disclosed plans to commence flight operations to Calabar, the Cross River State capital, from Monday, July 20.
The airline previously operated three destinations in Lagos, Uyo and Abuja and was one of the airlines cleared by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to restart operations from Lagos to Abuja on July 8 at the resumption of domestic flights.
A statement made available to Abeyanews, quoted the Ajwa Ibom State-owned airline as informing that the new Lagos- Calabar-Abuja route will be operated daily.
“With great excitement, we announce Ibom Air’s newest destination, the Paradise. It’s of Calabar.
“Beginning from Monday the 20th of July 2020, Ibom Air will fly from Lagos and Abuja to and from Calabar daily, bringing our trademark schedule reliability, on-time departures and superior service to our customers on this route.”
“At Ibom Air, we are totally driven by the desire to bring pleasure and pleasantries back into flying. That’s why we are pleased to be able to offer our Calabar-bound passengers the experience of travel in comfort, convenience and style,” the airline statement read.