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Flights for Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt is the capital of Rivers state and port town in southern Nigeria. It is located along the Bonny River, upstream from the Gulf of Guinea. It has a population of around 103,912,489 and a population growth rate is about 3.05%. It was founded in 1912. It is named for the Secretary of State for the colonies; Lewis Harcourt. It serves as a port.
Port Harcourt has long been an important merchant port. Its exports include petroleum, coal, tin, palm products, cocoa, and groundnuts. Major manufacturing industries of the area are timber processing, car manufacturing, food and tobacco processing, and the manufacture of rubber, glass, metal, paper products, cement, petroleum products, paint, enamelware, bicycles, furniture, and soap.

Port Harcourt is very rich in tourist attractions. With its long expanses of beautiful coastal sandy beaches widening from Opobo through Brass to Koluama, numerous long and winding streams and rivers as well as forests with their associated saints and wildlife, the tourism potential of Rivers State is yet to be fully tapped. So book your cheap flights to Port Harcourt to visit the fascinating attractions which are famous for magnetizing the tourists besides which are mentions above.

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