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Green Africa Commences Ticket sales ahead of June 24th Flights

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After receiving pre-sales approval from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), GREEN Africa Airline is now set to begin ticket sales on its website – greenafrica.com.

The airline which in the past few weeks have taken delivery of two of its three ATR72-600 aircraft (with registrations 5N-GAE and 5N-GAA) have also announced commercial flights to and from Lagos (LOS) connecting Akure (AKR), Ilorin (ILR), Abuja (ABV), Owerri (QOW), Port Harcourt (PHC) and Enugu (ENU) from June 24th, 2021.

A 10% discount will now apply to the first set of gFlyers to book tickets through greenafrica.com. This offer is valid on all Green Africa products, including its gSaver, gClassic, and gFlex products.

An ‘Info Session’ is planned ahead of ticket sales to give a comprehensive overview of gFlyer’s operations, unique offerings as a value carrier, and the experiences that customers should expect onboard.

This info session will be anchored by senior members of the gTeam.

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Speaking on the plan to commence the “gFlyer Special Offer” flight ticket sales, Babawande Afolabi, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Green Africa said,

“This is a pivotal milestone on this journey, and we are delighted that the Green Africa vision is becoming a reality. We look forward to serving our customer and building Green Africa at scale.”

The special offer is in addition to the low fare product offerings in comparison with current air travel ticket prices on the market and is valid before the first flight on June 24th. To enjoy the “gFlyer Special Offer”, customers are to visit greenafrica.com to join the gFlyer Community and claim their unique gFlyer number.

Unique special offer codes will be delivered to their valid email addresses ahead of the booking website reveal planned for May 25th, 2021 by 12 noon WAT.

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