Airline To Provide 50 percent and Bonuses For Passengers

As the Easter season approaches, air passengers can get 50 percent discount on all travel as one of Africa’s most prestigious airline roll out sumptuous travel benefits. EgyptAir has announced two-in-one package for its esteemed customers comprising of a 50% discount to all travel destinations.


Despite the huge loss suffered by the airline industry, the tourism industry can still leap from its setbacks. The airline has also offered one extra piece of luggage at no extra cost for passengers flying both on Business and Economy Classes.

The 50% discount promo will last until March ending for ticket sales and until April ending for travel. Also, a 25% discount for students will be implemented after the end of the present 50% discount.

General Manager (GM) of EgyptAir in Nigeria, Mr. Muharram Abdel Rahman who announced this at his Lagos office recently, said the incentive has become necessary due to the fact, that passengers have a lot of things to pay for.

Rahman further stated that EgypAir has found it necessary as they need to facilitate, so that they can travel easily.

“It is our duty to facilitate movement by passengers. I know that economic wise, everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, reason why we are now offering a 50% discount on all flight destinations on EgyptAir,” Muharram said. He also spoke on the commitment of the Airline in ensuring daily travels with optimum security and health safety guidelines to protect passengers. EgyptAir continues to operate daily flights from Lagos, and five weekly flights from Abuja.

According to the EgyptAir boss, the airline has now positioned itself to airlift Nigerians with tourist visas to Cairo, in a bid to sell the city as a viable tourist destination, since Nigerians cannot presently fly to Dubai due to current restrictions put in place by the UAE government.

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