British Airways Unveils Valentine’s Day Promo

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British Airways, a full-service global airline offering year-round low fares with an extensive global route network, is offering fantastic fares in Economy and Business Class this Valentine’s Day.

As part of this year’s Valentine celebration, British Airways announces great return fares to London with offers as low as $169 in Economy Class and $2009 in Business Class. This promo is for customers travelling the Lagos – London route or the Abuja – London route.

Kola Olayinka, British Airways Regional Manager for West Africa said, “In the spirit of the Valentine season, British Airways wants to show appreciation to its customers hence these promotional fares. We want them to create a new moment as they travel this season and spend time with their loved ones.”

The promo fares are available for outbound travel between now and 24th March 2019 with a minimum stay of 3 days and a maximum stay of 12 months. The offer ends on the 28th of February 2019.

British Airways, international flag carrier in the United Kingdom, recently celebrated a hundred years of operation and is committed to providing continued excellence in its service to valued customers.

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