*Says It Is Still Making Arrangements For Discounts On Flight Rates From Kano
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Technical Committee on Conference Planning (TCCP) has issued an update regarding discount rates of flights ahead of the Annual Conference scheduled to hold from October 22, 2021, to October 29, 2021, at Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
In a Notice made available to TheNigeriaLawyer, the TCCP says flight rates from Abuja and Lagos Airports have been fixed at the discounted rate of N60, 000 and from Benin City is N31, 0000.
The Committee further explains that it is currently arranging for discount rate for flights from Kano.
Read details below:
We are pleased to inform you that we have finally reached an agreement with Air peace to provide discounted flights to interested Delegates from designated Airports.
The approved airports and ticket rates are as follows;
Murtala Muhammad International Airport, Lagos = N60,000.00
Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja = N60,000.00
Benin City Airport = N31,000.00
With respect to Members who have indicated interest to fly from Kano, arrangements are still being made and we hope to finalize soon.
The following are the conditions for persons who are interested in flying into Port-Harcourt under this package;
All intended passengers must be duly registered for the conference.
All participants are to provide their Names, routes, flight schedule, and Phone Numbers;
The departure date from Lagos/Abuja/ Benin shall be on Sunday 24th October 2021 to return Friday 29th October 2021
All persons who are interested in this package should send their full name, phone number, and email address via email to email@example.com on or before 6 pm Monday 11th October 2021
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