Dana Air To Resume Flight Service Nov 9
Dana Air is set to resume flight services months after the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) suspended its operation over financial and safety reasons.
The resumption announcement was made known in a statement by the airline’s Communication Manager, Mr. Kingsley Ezenwa.
According to him, Dana Air would resume on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, with scheduled flights as the airline has successfully concluded the audit organised by the NCAA.
Commenting on the audit, Dana Air’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Ememobong Etete, said the audit re-engineered and restructured its processes.
He added that the airline is now well-positioned to sustain its safety record despite the current challenges and hostile economic environment.
“We are concentrating fully on strengthening our operations efficiently for sustainable growth while offering safe, reliable, and exciting flying experience to our loyal guests.”
“As a proudly Nigerian brand with Nigerians at the helm of affairs and with over 14 year’s service to the Nigerian flying public, we remain eternally grateful to our customers, travel partners, clients, and vendors for keeping faith with us while the audit lasted. And we would never take your loyalty and support for granted as it means a lot to us,” he added.
Etete further lauded NCAA for the painstaking audit process and the professionalism exhibited by the team of inspectors and also management personnel.
He also assures customers with unused tickets that the airline has extended their validity for one year. They could also transfer their tickets to other passengers who may be travelling within the period.
The airline is also attracting travelling passengers with free tickets onboard its flights for the next 30 days from November 9, 2022.