Lagos - Many Nigerians who had hitherto shunned air travel because of high cost of tickets have started streaming to the airports to take advantage of the crash in fares to various destinations across the country.
The reduction in fares was necessitated following the entrance of more airline operators into the Nigeria domestic airline market, which has tightened competition, reports The Nation.
Aside reducing their fares, most airlines have equally adjusted their flight schedules for a more efficient operations
Fares on major routes have been slashed by about 50%. Air fares on the Lagos-Abuja and Kano routes have been reduced to about N10 700 from over N20 000 while fares on the Lagos-Abuja route now attract between N9 000 and N12 000.
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