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G-Africa is Celebrating 365 Days of Safe Flights with 365 Free Tickets

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Mr Babawande Afolabi, Green Africa founder, Chief Executive Officer, CEO

To celebrate its first 365 days, Green Africa is offering customers 365 free tickets excluding taxes.

According to the media statement by the airline, “all that customers need to do to win is to log on to the website, greenafrica.com from Friday 12th August to Sunday, 14th August 2022, to try their luck at scoring one of the 365 tickets for travels between now and February 28th, 2023”.

The airline thanked all its clients and stakeholders as it marked one full year of successful operations

It claimed to have weathered many challenges in the difficult operating environment and attributed its survival and success to the support and patronage it enjoyed in the past 365 days from its loyal clientele and other stakeholders

The media statement claimed, “the journey so far has not been entirely smooth for the company given the current challenges facing the aviation industry in Nigeria, especially the increase in the cost of Jet-A1 fuel and the fluctuations in exchange rates”.

It added, “the challenges have seen the relatively “baby” company reschedule flights and, in some rare cases, cancel them outright. Despite this, the company has always prioritized the safety of its customers”, claimed the statement

Obiukwu Mbanuzuo, Green Africa’s Chief Commercial Officer, said “ We appreciate all our gFliers who have flown with us these last 365 days. Our record of safely transporting 300,000 passengers on 6,261 flights proves that we are committed to reducing flight disruptions to the barest minimum having our goal of safely taking every Nigerian a step closer to their dreams.”

Babawande Afolabi, the founder and Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Green Africa, in his remarks conveyed his appreciation to all internal and external stakeholders who have helped bring his vision to reality.

He thanked the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), and other 3rd party suppliers like the ground handlers, catering companies, maintenance and security providers. Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc (NAHCO), and other key government agencies who have been there to support the company on its journey so far.

He added that plans are on the way to improve the airline services and assure customers, of a positive turnaround in three to four months.

According to him: “A lot goes into getting customers to their destinations. We appreciate all the -gTalents, from the aircraft appearance team who ensures that customers after checking in sit in clean aeroplanes, to the captain who ensures every customer gets to their destination safely,” Babawande Afolabi said.

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