Dana Air celebrates at 9

Posted: November 17, 2017 in general
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Dana AirDana Air has assured of its commitment to becoming Nigeria’s most reliable and customer-friendly airline as it marks its nine years of operations in the country.

In a statement released to the media and signed by the Chief Operating Officer/Accountable Manager, Obi Mbanuzuo, on the occasion of its 9th anniversary, November 10, the airline said since commencing flight operations in 2008, ‘it is proud to have come this far, creating an exemplary model and setting the standards for a sustainable and efficient airline operation in Nigeria.’

”We are also proud to have flown over 2.7 million passengers in the last 9 years of our operation and the fact that our on-time performance, world-class in-flight service and customer-centric innovations are still unrivaled.  This is testament to our obvious passion to keep flying high and offering the best of air transport in the industry.

“Our commitment to supporting our ‘own’ while still encouraging professionalism and growth in the Nigerian aviation industry, has led to our recruitment and constant training of Nigerian pilots. We are proud of our contribution to the industry and we thank the regulators for being supportive of our efforts in this regard,”Mbanuzuo said.

He also extolled the airline’s safety standards which was topped by its IOSA/IATA membership as well as the airlines innovations and investments in technology to improve the travel experience.

The airline thanked President Muhmmadu Buhari led administration, the Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, and the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents for their support

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