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British Airways refits B-747 on Lagos-London Route

 British Airways management has announced improved services on the Lagos- London route on board the its Boeing 747 aircraft from Mid. January 2016.
The Head of Middle East, Africa and Central Asia Sales for British Airways, Mr Paolo De-Renzis gave the cheering news at a media parley which also coincided as his first visit to Nigeria.
Speaking to Journalists, De Renzis said the refit of the aircrafts was one of British Airways many investments to improve the passenger experience on board.

British Airways aircraft
British Airways aircraft
He noted that, “At British Airways, the comfort and satisfaction of our customers is paramount and we are pleased that with the refurbishment, customers flying on the Lagos-London route can enjoy the very best travel experience available on the aircrafts.”
While describing Nigeria as one of the biggest markets for British Airways, he added that the country was very important and strategic to its operations in the region.
On his part, Regional Commercial Manager, West Africa, British Airways, Kola Olayinka while reiterating the commitment of British Airways to enhancing service delivery said, “Our winning streak in the past 80 years since we ventured into the Nigerian market has been the quality of service we offer our loyal customers, our human capacity and our understanding of the Nigerian market.”
Olayinka further expressed, “Our customers are the centre of everything we do, and this modern refit of the 747 aircrafts will allow customers flying on our Lagos-London routes to experience our new improved offerings.
“With a new Club World configuration, new world traveller class seats, and more variety in our inflight entertainment, our customers are in for a treat”

 

Next year, 2016 would mark 80 years of the leading airline flying in Nigeria. The Leading Airline Company was then operating as Imperial Airways. Its first passenger-carrying flight from Kano took wing in February 1936 and was later extended to Lagos via Kaduna, Minna and Oshogbo in October 1936.

*Mr Paolo De-Renzis

 

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