….On the heels of scooping ‘Airline of the Year Award’
One of Nigeria’s leading airlines Dana Air has bagged the Nigerian AviaCargo Airline of the Year Award at the last CHINET Aviation and Cargo conference held at Lagos Marriott Hotel Lagos.
CHINET is the biggest gathering of professionals in the Aviation and Cargo environment bringing together all players in the value chain.
According to the organiser of the AviaCargo conference Ikechi Uko, the award is in recognition of Dana Air’s contribution to the growth of the aviation and cargo industry in Nigeria.
Reacting to the award, the chief operating officer of Dana Air, Ememobong Ettete said, Dana Air having spent 15 years in the industry will remain a key player and contributor to the Aviation, Cargo sector in Nigeria and by extension the Nigerian economy.
”We appreciate the organisers for recognising our contribution towards easing the logistics in Cargo distribution, and helping to achieve Nigeria’s objective of being a Cargo hub, He added.
Similarly, the airline has also introduced ‘ Treasure Hunt’ Flash Sale which encourages its customers to visit its website at www.flydanaair.com between the hours of 12pm and 12.09pm daily to get highly discounted fares within its route network.
Dana Air operates daily flights from Lagos to major cities in Nigeria with varied fleet of Boeing aircraft. The airline is reputed for its innovative online products and services.
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