Multiple Award winning airline Dana Air, has bagged the honorary award for corporate sustenance at the 9th edition of the Aviation Workers’ Week and award night held recently at Shehu Musa Yar Adua Centre, Abuja.
The award which was presented to the airline by Hector Nnadi, JP president-in-council is powered by the joint consultative and negotiating council of the ministry of a aviation in recognition of Dana Air’s Corporate Sustenance in the Aviation industry in Nigeria
Commenting on the award, the spokesperson of Dana Air, Kingsley Ezenwa said Dana Air is proud to have been recognized as a strong pillar for its corporate sustainability in Nigeria’s aviation industry”
”Ezenwa explained that the award is testament to the company’s commitment to the growth and sustainability of Nigeria’s aviation industry and is willing to support the government in any way possible to strengthen the industry.
”This is to our highly committed, passionate and ever-supportive Board, Management team, Staff and loyal customers who have kept faith with us making Dana Air their first choice for their travels.”
According to the spokesman, “Dana Air will be 14 years in the industry in the coming months and we can only thank you all and wish ourselves more fruitful years to come. We appreciate the organizers of this award for recognizing our contributions towards the progress of the industry.”
Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines with a mixed fleet of 9 aircraft and daily flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Oiwerri.
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