As part of its ongoing domestic route network expansion plans, Dana Air
will on Tuesday, 24th March, commence daily flights to Owerri. The
addition of Owerri brings the current route network coverage of the
airline to five destinations – Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Uyo and
Announcing the scheduled commencement of the Owerri route, the Chief
Commercial Officer of Dana Air, Mr. Obi Mbanouzuo, said the airline is
working with the objective of integrating most major cities in Nigeria
into its route network and making air transport accessible by developing
new routes and linking same to its existing routes network to better serve
the demands of passengers.
“We are constantly reviewing our operations and our decision to commence
operations to Owerri is hinged on our desire to offerpassengers in Owerri
and its environs access to Dana’s wider route network”, said Mr. Mbanuzuo.
Also, the airline has set an introductory online fare of N9,900 to boost
leisure and business trips across its route network.
Dana Air currently operates flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port Harcourt and
Uyo; will operate daily flights from Murtala Mohammed Airport Terminal 2
(MMA2), Lagos to the Sam Mbakwe Airport, Owerri, as well as onwards
flights to Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja.
Dana Air which is the only domestic airline to have successfully undergone
an operational audit by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority and its
foreign partners the Flight Safety Group, has also successfully gone
through the three phases of the IOSA workshops and is now due for full
IOSA audit coming up within the year.
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