British Airways slash fares for Northern Customers

May, 2017, Lagos Nigeria – Sequel to the reopening of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja after the commendable timely runway repairs, British Airways, the flag carrier and largest airline in the United Kingdom based on fleet size, has reaffirmed their commitment to their northern customers. The airline has introduced a way to recompense their northern customer’s with fantastic fares from Abuja to London. The fare starts from $277 to London.

The selling period for the slashed fare is from the 15th of May and outbound travel will be from 1st of June to 30th June.  British Airways resumed flight to and from the Abuja Airport on April 20th. This was after the six weeks schedule of planned repairs of the Airport by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Mr. Kola Olayinka, British Airways Regional Commercial Manager, West Africa, said, “This promotional offer from BA is to reaffirm our commitment to our loyal and esteemed northern customers.” He also said that, “BA recognizes that the six weeks period that the Abuja Airport was closed, was indeed a tough time for their loyal northern customers and the move to compensate them with a slashed fee is coming at a right time.”

The slashed fare will create an ease for travellers who fly the Abuja London route especially as they plan to manage their travel budgets. British Airways is dedicated to providing a first class experience to their valued customers using the promotion as a reward incentive.