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Dana Air to resume flights to Ghana

20 November 2015, 18:57

Abuja - Dana Air's plans to launch a service to Ghana are at an advanced stage.

Flights are set to commence on December 1.

The service will consist of daily flights to Accra, the capital city of the fellow West African country.

“We are now set to commence daily flights to Accra with a smart plan to bring world-class options to the flying public, in terms of in-flight service, on-time performance and pocket-friendly fares,” said Manager of the airline, Obi Mbanuzuo.

He spoke as the Ikeja-based airline celebrated in its seventh anniversary.

“We are today celebrating our seventh anniversary because of the professionalism, perseverance and commitment of our staff members and there is no better time to celebrate and appreciate them. The anniversary week has been busy for us, from our visit to the orphanage, to our anniversary novelty match, we decided to cap the entire celebration by appreciating our staff members at a dinner,” Mbanuzuo added.

Also read: Dana Air to begin regional flights

The anniversary is coming on the heels of the airlines’ progression with the successful completion of an Emergency Response Training.

Mbanuzuo said the airline has made significant efforts to maintain her vision, which is be recognized and respected as Nigeria's most reliable and customer-friendly airline.

He emphasized that the airline will continue to review its operations to ensure a hassle-free flight experience for its guests.

“Part of the initiatives we have launched recently are the frequent flyer program to reward our loyal customers, online check-in to reduce congestion at the check-in counters and delays at the airport and most recently the bus service, which enable our guests arriving MMA2 to get shuttle services to certain parts of Lagos State,” Mbanuzuo said.

He noted that the airline entered into partnership with Bond Masters Limited, to provide affordable airport shuttle services to its guests while stressing that, members of its frequent flyer program Dana Miles; would get even cheaper bus service.

- CAJ News


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