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Dana Air Flies 4 Million Passengers in 8 Years
Dana Air has flown over four million passengers in the last eight years of operations, its Accountable Manager, Mr. Obi Mbanuzuo, has disclosed.
The airline reiterated commitment to providing "safe, reliable and customer-centric air transport services to its teeming guests."
He spoke during a brief ceremony to mark the airline's eight years in the country's airline industry.
According to him, in spite of the visible operational challenges in the industry, the airline has remained strong on account of its consistency in "its shrewd managerial style, passion and commitment of its staff and the unending support of its amazing customers."
Obi lauded Nigerians for their belief in the airline and their patronage, assuring that it would continue to make safety and security of operations the number one priority.
He said the airline would continue to adhere strictly to the maintenance schedule of its aircraft, as prescribed by the manufacturers and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.
He reiterated that for the airline to have successfully undergone an operational audit conducted by the regulatory authority and its foreign partners, the Flight Safety Group, it (airline) is on a sound footing.
Dana Air commenced commercial flight operations on Monday, November 10, 2008 with its maiden flight from Lagos to Abuja.
The airline currently operates 27 daily flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port Harcourt, Uyo and Owerri.