Green Africa, Nigeria’s Lagos-based value airline has commenced a special ‘One Month of Easter’ offer with starting fare of N25,500 only from 17th March to 18th April 2022 across selected routes.
The offer, which commences today, is applicable for travel dates between March 17th and April 18th, 2022, allowing customers book their tickets to meet lovedones for Easter and return to base after the celebrations with affordable flightfares.
Speaking on the development, Obiukwu Mbanuzuo, chief commercial officer, Green Africa, said, ‘This offer is timely for our existing customers and new customers who havebefore now wondered how they will spend time with their loved onesconsidering the current realities. Our commitment to make air travel affordableand accessible to many more people is what has inspired this special offerand we hope many Nigerians take advantage of this opportunity to have theEaster celebration they desire’.
The special Easter starting offer of N25,500 is applicable on the gSaver flightticket which is recommended for customers who travel light or who would like to pay for luggage separately.
The gClassic ticket which offers 15kg checked-in luggage starts at N29,500 while the gFlex ticket with 20kg checked-inluggage has a starting fare of N38,500 only across selected routes.
To enjoy this special offer, travellers are enjoined to visit greenafrica.com between March 17th and April 18th to purchase tickets for flights from 17th March to 18th April 2022.. According to the airline, limited seats are available on selected routes.
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