Dana Adds Flight to Owerri, Resumes Abuja to Owerri, Enugu Services
In preparation for the yuletide, Nigeria's Dana Air has increased frequency on its Owerri route starting from 9 December, 2022. On the same date, the airline will also resume services on the Abuja-Owerri and Abuja-Enugu routes.
According to the spokesman of Dana Air, "we are gradually opening our prime routes to offer superior options to our guests in terms of fares, service, and comfortability.
We are delighted to re-introduce these flights based on popular demand for our service to these destinations and the schedule has been suitably fixed to meet the expectations of our eastern brothers and sisters.''
Dana Air's customer service desk is open 24/7, and customers are encouraged to visit www.flydanaair.com to get best fares for their yuletide, business or leisure travels.
Since resuming flights on 9 November 2022, Dana Air has been commended for its resilience as the first and only domestic airline to have undergone and scaled twice, an operational audit conducted by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
The airline's resumption of these routes has been more of a huge relief for its customers as it has since encouraged the right fare pricing for the travelling public.
Having flown over 9 million passengers since its inception in November 2008, Dana Air is one of Nigeria's leading airlines with a varied fleet of 9 Boeing aircraft, and daily flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu, and Owerri.