Ahead of this year’s St.Valentine’s Day celebration, Dana Air has launched a valentine campaign which would afford guests of the airline the opportunity to fly for less when they book a return ticket on any of the airlines’ route network.
This move is coming on the heels of the airline’s frequency increase to the Garden City of Port Harcourt which started January 30, 2017.
Dana Air’s communications manager, Kingsley Ezenwa, who announced both plans said, “From now till Valentine’s Day, our guests will get the best fares as low as N15,300 (one way) across all our sales channels when they book return tickets.’’
‘’Over 30,600 seats on all our routes have been opened for sale at these low fares and we believe this valentine promo, which we have unveiled as we countdown to the month of love, will not only be convenient for our teeming passengers, but it will encourage them to travel more and spend more time with family and friends.’’
The new campaign, which according to the airline would encourage guests to plan their trip, is available on the airlines’ website , all points of sale and across the counters. The validity for travel on this promo is till the end of February, while sale ends on February 14.
The airline encouraged travellers to take advantage of the promo and book flights early enough, to avoid the rush that might occur towards the end of the offer.
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