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Dana Air has further reinforced its domestic flight operations by introducing additional flights across its existing route network from its hub at the Lagos Murtala Mohammed Airport Terminal 2 (MMA2) in response to growing demand by guests who desire convenience.
With the development, Dana Air has inaugurated an earlier flight from Lagos to Abuja that departs at 7:02 whilst it has also strengthened the Abuja to Port Harcourt route with the introduction of an additional flight to cater for the growing needs of the flying public.
Announcing the introduction of the additional routes in Lagos, the Head, Commercial, Mr. Obialor Mbanuzuo, said “Dana Air route plans are entirely a function of customers' demand and the airline is consolidating its operations on the Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt axis following extensive market research that has shown strong customer demand for the additional flights especially the earlier flights that have been inaugurated on the Lagos to Abuja and Abuja to Port Harcourt routes.” He also enjoined passengers in both Abuja and Port Harcourt who do not want to transit in Lagos to take advantage of the additional flights between Abuja and Port Harcourt for both their leisure and business travels.
Mr. Mbanuzuo also noted that Dana Air currently offers competitive webfares to guests who search and book flights on the recently introduced Flydana Mobile app platform and it is therefore imperative for them to visit the app's stores to freely download the application that puts booking convenience in the hands of discerning guests.
With superior performance, service and creativity, Dana Air is uncompromising in its commitment to excellence and safety as it is currently the only Nigerian carrier to have successfully undergone an operational audit conducted by the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority Flight Safety Group in partnership with their foreign counterparts.
Also, in its determination to meet the highest global aviation safety standards, the airline has commenced an Implementation Training Initiative as part of the preliminary process to prepare for the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). Dana Air is one of ten airlines benefiting from the IOSA implementation training initiative that is 100 per cent funded by International Airline Training Fund (IATF).