Green Africa Offers N16, 500 Amazing Travels Fares

Green Africa is a new travel company that promises travellers cheaper fares for domestic travels; Founded by US- based Nigerian, Babawande Afolabi, Green Africa offer fares from #16,500.

Green Africa has commenced flight tickets sales with offerings as low as N16, 500. The airline said the booking website is now open to members of the public for ticket purchase following the pre-sales approval of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).

Cities to be served are Lagos (LOS) connecting Akure (AKR), Ilorin (ILR), Abuja (ABV), Owerri (QOW), Port Harcourt (PHC) and Enugu (ENU).

“Flights as low as N16, 500 are available on the website with flight dates starting from June 24th, 2021. Three products are available – gSaver, gClassicTM and gFlexTM giving customers the flexibility of purchasing the product that suits their travel plans. gFlyers who register on the booking website – greenafrica. com get a unique code that gives 10 per cent off their first booking to celebrate this milestone,” the airline stated.

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Speaking on the development, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Green Africa, Babawande Afolabi, said, “Today is a great day for every member of the gTeam and we are thrilled that our customers can now book their trips with us. We are building a value carrier that will connect customers to their opportunities and be a catalyst for positive change across the region.”

The ongoing “gFlyer Special Offer” which takes 10 per cent off ticket prices will last till 11:59pm WAT on June 23rd, 2021. Corporate package known as “gBusiness” is planned for roll out within the coming weeks to cater to SMEs and corporate travels.

There are other airlines lined up to join the Nigerian domestic market, so it is expected that exorbitant airfares would soon become a thing of the past.

It is great news for Nigerian travellers and we wish Green Africa good luck as it gets set to kick start operations.

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