Emirates Commemorates 15 Years Of Service In Nigeria

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Photo caption (L-R): Alaka Abosede, Senior Customer Sales and Service Agent, Emirates; Afzal Parambil, Emirates Regional Manager West Africa; Princewill Ekwujuru, President Brands Journalists Association of Nigeria (BJAN); Akindele Doris, Senior Customer Sales and Service Agent at the special viewing of the Emirates Pan-African campaign in commemoration of the Emirates 15th Anniversary in Nigeria

Emirates is celebrating 15 years of successful operations in Nigeria. In 2004, the airline started flight operations from Dubai to Lagos, a key gateway to West Africa. The airline later launched flights to Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Since its first flight, Emirates has flown millions of passengers on the popular Nigerian route and has become the airline of choice for both premium and value-conscious Nigerian travelers.

Emirates SkyCargo also started operations in 2004 and has since carried 14,000 tonnes of mobile phones, garments and personal effects as imports, and has exported over 4,000 tonnes of fresh Kolanuts, beverages and mobile phones.

Afzal Parambil, Emirates’ Regional Manager, West Africa, says: “Emirates has enjoyed a strong relationship with Nigeria, and remains deeply committed to the market. Over the past 15 years, we have not only seen our operations grow, but our product develop to cater to the taste and requirements of our Nigerian customers. We constantly strive to provide our passengers with an unforgettable travel experience, and our growth is a testament to the fact that we are on the right track.”

To celebrate this milestone in Nigeria, Emirates launched its new pan-African brand advertising campaign, taking the message of ‘New Africa’ to the world.

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