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Dana Air has assured its guests of its commitment to on- time performance even as aviation fuel (JET A1) scarcity across the country worsens.
Dana Air said in spite of the scarcity of aviation fuel, it’s on time performance is still second to none. The airline however reassured passengers that it’s doing everything within its capacity to ensure that the travel itineraries of its guests are not in any way altered by the present situation
According to the Communications Manager of Dana Air, Mr Kingsley Ezenwa, ‘’the unexpected scarcity disrupted our flights only on Monday, but I can assure you that, we are currently operating scheduled flights on-time.’’ We are doing everything to ensure that our guests get to their destination with little or no delays and they have nothing to worry about.’’
Commenting further, kingsley said, ‘’ inasmuch as the situation was not too good earlier in the week, we operated 90% of our flights, and our on-time performance has also been above 80%. We will continue to do everything to ensure that we maintain this status and meet the desires of the travelling public at this time.’’
However, the airline has also announced its partnership with Spectranet 4GLTE, to provide free internet service to its passengers at the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2 Terminal (MMA2) in Lagos. The Airline said the partnership is part of efforts to keep its promise of providing world-class service and innovative product to its guests.
Dana Air during its 8th anniversary celebration reaffirmed its commitment to providing safe, reliable and customer–centric air transport services to its teeming guests. The airline airlifted over 4 million passengers in the last 8 years of its operations.Google+