British Airways has announced plans for improved services on the Lagos-London route with the deployment of a refurbished Boeing 747 aircraft in January 2016.
The Head of Sales for British Airways in charge of Middle East, Africa and Central Asia , Mr Paolo De-Renzis, disclosed this in Lagos. He said the refitting of the aircraft was one of British Airways many investments to improve passenger experience on board.
Describing Nigeria as one of the biggest markets for British Airways, he added that the country is very important and strategic to its operations in the region.
On his part, Regional Commercial Manager, West Africa, Kola Olayinka said the airline is committed to enhancing service delivery.
He said : “Our customers are the centre of everything we do, and this modern refit of the 747 aircraft will allow customers flying on our Lagos-London routes to experience our new improved offerings.
“With a new Club World configuration, new world traveller class seats, and more variety in our inflight entertainment, our customers are in for a treat.”