- A Nigerian lady has decried the high cost of flight tickets after she boarded an aeroplane with many empty seats
- Other than herself, she found out there were just five passengers and made a video for netizens to see
- Her video sparked a debate over the disparity in flight prices as Nigerians called on airline operators to review their charges
A Nigerian lady has elicited reactions on the internet after she shared her experience of entering an aeroplane which had six passengers.
The unidentified lady expressed shock at the poor number of passengers, describing the ticket price as crazy.
She called on airline operators to review their flight prices downward or risk losing more customers.
In a video reposted by @Trustedblog1, the lady made a video of the aeroplane to show how empty it was. Other than herself, she observed there were just five passengers.
"Reacting to From Lagos to Anambra/ASABA 45 minutes 250k from Lagos to SOKOTO 2hr 150k…. Why??," the TikTok blog wrote.
Legit.ng reported that airline operators had hiked ticket costs as jet fuel sold for N1,000 per litre.
Watch the video below:
People react to the price disparity
"It’s simply law of Demand which states(higher the demand, d higher the price)."
"Demand is the key, the higher the turn up, the lower the price, guess how is Lagos to abuja, kano, PH."
"Why is that plane ✈️sounding like “ I pass my neighbor “ may God save us owhich airline be this?"
"Anambra/Asaba no passengers na Marcapolo na sabi, c ur trip MT. Sokoto 3 x flight daily."
"Thank God say I don enter plane before E cost the experience don do….make everybody dey their house at this point."
Joy Asuquo308 said:
"People who say aboki no dy enter plane na lie na them get money pass if u don't no."
"I don't have any problem with the price of the flight fare! my question is... what type of plane sounds like a generator Engine?"
Lady flies interstate for N7k
After the flight, Tomisin took to TikTok to share her experience flying with the Green Africa Airline.
Tomisin said she booked the flight online, filled the necessary papers and paid for the flight ticket before going to the airport.
She said it was her first flying experience and described it as completely enjoyable and worth it. Tomisin showed when the aeroplane took off in Lagos and when she landed in Ibadan.