Nigeria's Dana Air has concluded its re-certification exercise conducted by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), and has assured its guests of additional flights to ease the pain of travelers who have had to bear the high cost of tickets as a result of flight shortage across the country.
The airline also revealed its plan to acquire more aircraft in the coming year as part of its strategic route and fleet expansion program and its desire to continue to provide its teeming guests with the best in terms of in-flight service, on-time performance and customer-centric products.
The airline’s Media and Communications Manager, Kingsley Ezenwa, during a chat with newsmen in Lagos said, ‘we have finally concluded our re-certification exercise with the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
‘Re-certification in Nigeria’s aviation industry is a standard practice conducted every two years by the NCAA and during the period, an airline’s operation is totally reviewed from ground handling to quality assurance and particularly safety standards and we are glad to have scaled this rigorous process.
The Dana Air spokesman while thanking the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority for carrying out a thorough check on its operations before re-certifying the airline decried a negative report by an online platform during the course of the re-certification describing it as unnecessary.