VIRGIN NIGERIA BEGINS E-TICKETING IN NIGERIA
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. 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 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.
Meanwhile, British Airways has closed its booking office in Dar es Salaam and shifted to online ticket bookings as a result of growing number of customers booking flights on the airline's website and declining number of customers using the booking office.