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Dana air set for Abuja airport reopening


Dana Air has concluded plans to recommence flights into the Abuja airport as the airport opens tomorrow.

As the airline sets to move out of kaduna, the kadun Integrity Group has applauded the airline for its exceptional service delivery and selfless contribution to the nation, as the airline recommences flights to Nigeria’s capital, Abuja.

According to a letter signed by its Chairman, Rt Comrade Abdullai Umar Ladan, (in parts) ‘the Kaduna Integrity Group wishes to appreciate Dana Air for its contribution to peace, tourism and security during the renovation of the Abuja and Kaduna airport. We thank you for your contribution to towards the success of the exercise and we are exceedingly grateful.’’

The Accountable Manager of Dana Air, Mr Obi Mbanuzuo while reacting to the award of excellence and service delivery said, we thank the Kaduna Integrity Group for appreciating our award-winning service. We also thank the Minister of State for Aviation Hadi Sirika for walking the talk, the aviation agencies for raising the bar and ensuring that issues were resolved on-time, and our amazing guests for their support and understanding. Kaduna people are peace-loving and we also appreciate them for their hospitality.’’

‘We will commence flights to Abuja on Wednesday and will operate five daily flights from Lagos to Abuja at 7.02am, 12.40pm, 15.03, 16.11 and 18.00 and return services at 9am, 10.45am, 14.25pm, 18.00pm and 19.55pm.’’

Obi urged Dana Air’s teeming guests to take advantage of its low fares and numerous customer- centric services like the self service kiosk at MMA2, pocket –friendly cab services in Abuja for Dana Miles Guests, ongoing discounts for Youth Corp members and lots more.


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