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DANA airline reduces fares

23 July 2013, 16:41

Ikeja  - Obi Mbanuzuo, Head of Commercial, DANA Airline, said it has reduced fares for as low as  N7 200 for passengers that booked their tickets in advance through the airline’s Website.

Mbanuzuo said this on Tuesday in a news release made available to aviation correspondents at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja.

"From now till December 2013 our passengers will get the best fares as low as N7 200, only if they book and pay for their tickets in advance at www.flydanaair.com," he said.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the airline currently charges N11 800 for a one-way trip from Lagos to Port Harcourt, and N14  400 for one-way trip from Lagos to Abuja-- when passengers buy tickets across the counter.

 Mbanuzuo said that with the new sales promotion, the airline anticipated about one million seats on all its routes which have been opened for sale at these low fares.

"So, if you are travelling to Abuja, Lagos or Port Harcourt anytime soon, the best time to book your tickets is now in order to be able to access our lowest fares," Mbanuzo said.

Mbanuzo also said that the airline would soon open seats to Uyo and Calabar for sale.

He said that this would encourage the airline's passengers to plan their trips well in advance.

NAN also reports that the airline recently announced a special in-flight service for its Muslim passengers throughout the Ramadan period.

The airline currently operates twelve flights daily on the Lagos-Abuja-Lagos route, four daily flights on the Lagos-Port Harcourt-Lagos route, and two flights daily on the Abuja-Port Harcourt-Abuja route.



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