Dana Air Carries 5.4m Passengers in 11 Years of Operations
Updated: Nov 15
Nigeria’s Dana Air has announced that it has airlifted 5.4 million passengers in the last 11 years of its flight operations.
According to the airline’s Media and Communications Manager, Mr Kingsley Ezenwa, the airline hopes to double the figure by sustaining its operational efficiency, increasing its fleet size, maintaining its record on-time performance, and raising the bar of its excellent service delivery in the coming years.
The airline says it has commenced reviewing plans and intends to raise the bar of its operational efficiency, increase its fleet, and improve on its excellent service delivery to remain on top and keep the commitment and loyalty of its staff and guests.
With the addition of two Boeing 737 aircraft recently, the airline says it is looking at creating more flights and providing massive capacity at underserved destinations within its route network this yuletide to ensure seamless travel experience for guests.
On products and services delivery, Dana Air has the Dana miles club which offers benefits such as miles plus cash, miles in exchange for tickets, excess baggage allowance, discount at partner outlets and upgrade from economy to business class, all to the benefit of loyal customers.
According to Mr Ezenwa, the airline’s Business Class service is amazing and the service is second to none, tailored for customers who love to travel in style, luxury, and comfort.
The airline says it has dedicated each day to serving our customers even better and we have upped its enlightenment for passengers to use their correct details so the airline can interact with them directly via its multiple channels.
Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines with a fleet size of 9 aircraft, and daily flights to major destinations in Nigeria. The airline is reputed for its innovative online products and services, world-class in-flight services, and unrivaled on-time performance.