Ibom Air To End Wet-Leased Aircraft Operations

Ibom Air To End Wet-Leased Aircraft Operations
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Ibom Air has announced an end to it’s wet-leased aircraft operations. A move which is part of its operation to enhance it’s long-term fleet programme.

In a press release signed by Aniekan Essienette, the GM, Marketing and Communication, Ibom Air, the company said that this decision aligns with the delivery of the company’s maiden Airbus A220-300 aircraft, marking the commencement of a new era in the airline’s operations.

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The arrival of the Airbus A220-300, the first of the ten ordered from Airbus in October 2021, signals a significant milestone for Ibom Air. With the imminent entry into service of the A220, the interim usage of two wet-leased Airbus A320s draws to a close.

George Uriesi, the Airline’s Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, affirmed, “We resorted to wet leasing aircraft to meet the growing demand for our product, while we worked on our fleet growth program. Now with these aircraft being delivered, it is time for us to benefit from the significant operating efficiencies and enhanced service the A220-300 brings to the business.”

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