Air Nigeria is rewarding passengers on her loyalty scheme, eagleflier® with a flexible offer of paying for their travel tickets using a combination of earned Miles and cash to further reduce the actual cost of purchasing tickets for both regional and domestic travels.
The miles plus cash reward scheme will enable eagleflier members spend less cash and less miles as well as get greater value on every of their travels. The offer is open only to registered eagleflier members who can make reservation to take advantage of the offering at any Air Nigeria call centre, airport office, city ticketing office or online at www.myairnigeria.com
Special terms and conditions apply to the reward scheme as only eagleflier® members who have enough miles to carry out the “Miles plus Cash” transaction whilst prospective members can also benefit by registering and through patronage that will enable them accumulate requisite miles. The cash for miles promotional scheme will run till the end of November 2011.
Air Nigeria continually seeks opportunities to celebrate and reward its loyal customers and this is just such an avenue as it comes on the heels of the Independence Anniversary N10,000 promo across the domestic routes.
Air Nigeria currently dominates the regional market with flights to 10 African nations and convenient connections from the West to the Central African region via Lagos, Accra and Cotonou. It also offers seamless connectivity through a codeshare partnership with Delta Airlines that enables its code on Delta-operated services between Lagos and Atlanta as well as Abuja and New York/JFK via Accra, Ghana, to further complement the existing route network.
The airline was earlier in the year adjudged “Airline of the Year 2010” at the Nigeria Aviation Awards (NIGAV), in recognition of outstanding contributions towards the development of the Nigerian aviation industry. Also, it was in 2010, named the Best Security Conscious Airline in West and Central Africa by Security Watch Africa for its strict adherence to prescribed aviation safety standards.
From its operational base at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos, the airline currently operates to Owerri, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Kano, Sokoto and Enugu on the domestic routes while on the regional routes, it operates to Brazzaville, Accra, Douala, Dakar, Monrovia, Cotonou, Banjul, Libreville, Abidjan and Sao Tome & Principe. There are further plans to extend services to more African destinations, Europe, Asia and the Americas.
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