Dana Air increases frequency, receives NCAA kudos for high safety standards
Dana Air has announced an increase in frequency across it’s destinations. spokesperson of the airline, Kingsley Ezenwa said Dana Air upon receipt of some of its aircraft from maintenance started with an abridged schedule but decided to increase frequency based on the airline’s commercial projections and demand.
According to him, “We have done our projections and based on demands, we have decided to increase our frequency on our Abuja route. Also our recently introduced flash sale of 45,000 is still available for our customers who book early and plan their trips with us”.
Kingsley Ezenwa stated that Dana Air commitment is to continue to offer superior options across its route network with a very convenient schedule, timing for our guests.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has commended Dana Air for it’s high safety standards. Director-general of NCAA, Captain Musa Nuhu, who disclosed this during an interview said, ” Dana Air grounded its aircraft to carry out maintenance checks on them.”
“They noticed that some of their aircraft were due for maintenance and they informed us accordingly. I think it is commendable for an operator to ground its aircraft for maintenance,” the NCAA boss stated.
Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines with a varied fleet of Boeing aircraft and daily flights to major cities in Nigeria.
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