11 February 2013

Nigeria: British Airways Offers Discount to Nigerians

British Airways has announced a special discount offer for its Nigerian customers travelling on its World Traveller (Economy), World Traveller Plus (Premium Economy) and Club World (Business) class customers travelling to the United Kingdom, and select destinations in Europe, North America and Canada.

Tagged 'The Valentine Special Offer', it affords British Airways Nigerian customers the opportunity to make savings while travelling on these cabins to London and other select cities, a statement issued by the airline said.

The fares are only valid for booking until February 15, it said. Explaining the offer, Country Manager, British Airways/Iberia in Nigeria, Mr. Kola Olayinka said the new offer which is valid for flights from Lagos or Abuja means the airline's customers can travel from Abuja to London and select European destinations from $255 in the airline's World Traveler or $949 in World Traveller Plus, and Club World from just $2,199. The European destinations include France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland and Luxembourg.

For those travelling to select US and Canadian cities, the fare starts from $609 for World Traveler, $1,549 for World Traveler Plus, and $2,959 for Club World.

The US destinations included in the offer, he disclosed, are New York, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Chicago, Orlando, Dallas, Miami, Denver, Tampa and Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix and San Diego, Seattle.

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