Nigerian Kayak, Text2Fly Launches Facebook App That Sends You Free Flight Schedules
Finding flight times for various airlines in Nigeria at a time can be tiring and stressful, especially when you have to look through several airline websites. No, you don’t want to do that on a slow internet connection.
But thanks to Text2Fly, you can get Nigerian flight schedules sent to your mobile phone via SMS. Interestingly, Text2Fly is now using the Facebook platform to help you find flights faster than you’ve ever done.
By using Text2Fly’s Facebook application, you can search for domestic flight schedules on Facebook and get your results directly on your mobile phone.
I’ve tried the service and it works. When you search, you’ll get an SMS almost instantly from Text2fly’s short code number (33057) providing the flight schedules you’ve requested from different airlines in Nigeria.
With over 5 million domestic seats sold annually, Nigeria has the most vibrant aviation sector in West Africa.
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