Etiebet, others commend Air Peace on maiden flight to Ibom Airport


The former minister of petroleum, Chief Don Etiebet, House of Representatives member representing Gamawa Federal Constituency of Bauchi State, Mr. Mohammed Gololo, chief executive officer of Rosebank Capital, Mr. Niyi Oloruntoba have lauded Air Peace for launching flights into the Ibom International Airport, Uyo.

Speaking at the airport during the airline’s maiden flight to the airport recently, Etiebet said the Uyo service “is a timely intervention to address the challenges of air travel in the area.”

On his part, Gololo, who was travelling to Uyo for an assignment described Air Peace’s entry operations to the airport as a “product of foresight.”

“Air Peace in Uyo is a good idea. It shows foresight. I’m going to Uyo for an assignment and I’m glad to go straight to Uyo. It came at the right time,” he said.

For Oloruntoba, who was also on the Lagos-Uyo flight, said he made Air Peace his preferred airline because of the promptness of its operations and the professionalism of its staff.

“It’s exciting to be on the inaugural flight. You have been my preferred airline since two years you started your flight operations. I fly Air Peace because of your prompt service and the professionalism of your staff. You’ve created a new standard and raised the bar. I’m not surprised you’ve recorded a huge success. This route will be a very successful one for you,” he said.

He, however, urged the airline to maintain its customer-oriented service in order to sustain its success in the aviation sector.

“You must always remember you’re here because your customers are there,” he said.



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