2019: Nigeria’s Top Airlines' Flights Sold Out Ahead Of PDP Convention
If you have any business that would require your attention in Port Harcourt and you are not already there, you may have to shelf it.
If you must go, then you have 2 options - to wait and travel to the city after the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP presidential primary election or you go by road.
But even if you decide to travel by road, there is no guarantee that entry into the city by road will be smooth. So, you’ve got to weigh your options carefully.
A check on the websites of Nigeria’s top airlines – Dana, Arik and Air Peace - showed that the airlines’ tickets have sold out ahead of the Presidential primary election of the PDP in the oil city.
Bounce check showed that Dana has one flight left which is scheduled to depart Abuja by 8:30PM on Friday.
But from Lagos airport, the airline doesn’t have any available flight to Port Harcourt, neither does it have any flight scheduled for Saturday October 6 from Port Harcourt to Lagos.
Also, Arik Air has no available flight scheduled for Port Harcourt on Friday afternoon from Lagos.
Earlier the airline had 3 flights scheduled for Friday – at 7am, 11am and 3PM.
The airline has return flights scheduled for Saturday at 9am, 1PM and 5PM.
As at the time Bounce monitored their website on Friday afternoon, the economy class tickets for the 5PM flight have sold out.
But the 9 and 1PM flights were still available.
Meanwhile the Business class tickets for the 9AM flight were remaining only 2 seats, the afternoon flight 2 seats and the evening flight, 1 seat.
As for Air Peace, the airline no longer has any available flight scheduled to depart Lagos to Port Harcourt as at 2PM on Friday.
But outbound from Port Harcourt to Lagos on Saturday October 7, still has the 3:30PM flight available.
Their tickets for the first flight at 12:30Pm have sold out.
Meanwhile, Air Peace’s final flight from Abuja to Port Harcourt which is scheduled to depart Abuja by 5:30 has also already sold out.
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