By Chinelo Obogo
Dana Air has since its resumption on November 9, 2022 continued to attract commendations for its resilience and consistency in Nigeria’s aviation industry in the last 14 years of its commercial operations
The National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers ( NAAPE) in a letter signed by its Deputy General Secretary Umoh Ofonime said, “We write to congratulate your company on your success at the recently concluded NCAA audit. We are sure the exercise has prepared your airline for a smooth and safe operations.”
Similarly, Murtala Muhammed Airport, operated by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Ltd, during a congratulatory visit to Dana Air’s operational office at MMA2 led by its Head, Aeronautical and Cargo, Remi Jibodu said, ” We are super- excited that one of our oldest airlines at this terminal is back in the air after a successful audit by the regulator. We are here to congratulate you also on your 14th anniversary celebrations and we believe your restart of operation will change the market dynamics.”
The Chief Operating Officer of Dana Air, Ememobong Ettete, while appreciating the team from MMA2 during the visit, assured the airline’s guests that Dana Air has indeed changed the market dynamics and will continue to offer safe, reliable and trail-blazing services to the flying public.
Commenting further, Emem said, “Our on time performance is top notch, we are offering gifts to our loyal guests on board to celebrate them for believing in us and there is still more to be announced soon.”
Having flown over nine million passengers in 14 years of its commercial operations in Nigeria, Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines with a varied fleet of nine aircraft and daily flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port harcourt, Enugu, and Owerri.