Arik Air Announces Sales Promo to Celebrate 7th Anniversary

19 October 2013
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Arik Air (Lagos)
press release

Arik Air, West and Central Africa’s largest commercial airline has launched a special sales promotion to celebrate its 7th anniversary. The promotion is valid on the airline’s long haul routes; Lagos-London Heathrow, Lagos-Johannesburg and Lagos-New York.

Guests travelling between Lagos and London will be able to buy a return economy class ticket from N41,730 and Business class ticket from N352,940. A return Economy Class ticket on the Lagos-New York route starts from N96,461 while Business class ticket on the route starts from N484,871. On the Lagos-Johannesburg route, a return economy class ticket starts from N38,199 and Business class from N300,938. The fares are exclusive of all taxes and charges and the last ticket day is November 15, 2013. Outbound travel period is between October 30 and November 21, 2013.

Commenting on the anniversary promotion, Arik Air’s Managing Director, Mr. Chris Ndulue explained that the promotional fare is the airline’s special way of thanking its esteemed guests who have remained loyal to the carrier these past seven years. “When we set out seven years ago, our aim was to become a Nigerian airline that Nigerians would be proud to fly. Now, we have been firmly established as West and Central Africa’s largest carrier and the fastest growing airline in Africa. Arik Air not only connects Nigeria with eight countries in West/Central Africa and serves London Heathrow, Johannesburg and New York JFK from Lagos, it also connects 20 destinations within Nigeria - a domestic network that no other airline can match. It is therefore appropriate that all our guests should have the option to avail of this special offer for travel across our long haul routes.”

Tickets can be paid for at the airline’s City Ticketing Offices and Airport Ticketing Offices within Nigeria and via the airline’s website or mobile devices In addition, tickets can be purchased from any IATA registered travel agent.

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