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Virgin Nigeria Begins e-Ticketing

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Virgin Nigeria Begins e-Ticketing

Ahead of the December deadline for airlines to commence e-ticketing, Virgin Nigeria Plc says it has started the process on all its domestic routes.

 

Mr Larry Agose, the airline\'s Director of Communications, made this known yesterday in a statement in Ikeja. Agose, who said the e-ticketing process commenced at the weekend, announced the relocation of the airline’s corporate headquarters.

 

The headquarters, formally at Ark House on Victoria Island, had since moved to Etiebet\'s Place on Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja.

 

The director noted that e-ticketing on all of the airline’s domestic routes was part of efforts to bring its operations closer to the people and make for more customer-friendliness.

 

He explained that the relocation of the headquarters was necessitated by the need for better coordination of activities, as well as closeness to its operational base at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja.

 

He quoted the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Conrad Clifford, as saying that the relocation was a fulfilment of a dream of the airline. Agose said airline has 1,000 employees, made up of 900 Nigerians and 100 expatriates, among whom are 70 pilots and 200 cabin crew.

 

“Our major achievement as we move  out of Ark Towers is our interline  agreements with other major  airlines, including Virgin Atlantic,  North American Airlines, Air France/KLM,  Emirates and Qatar Airways,\'\' Agose said. - ThisDay

 



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