Overland, Medview, Dana Air, Air Peace, and Arik Air have resumed scheduled services to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja following the completion of the rehabilitation of its runway and subsequent re-opening of the airport for commercial flights and other ancillary services.
Dana Air’s Accountable Manager, Mr. Obi Mbanuzuo said in Lagos that the airline would operate five daily flights from Lagos to Abuja.
He urged the airline’s customers to take advantage of its low fares and numerous customer-centric services like the self-service kiosk at the Murtala Muhammed Airport terminal 2, pocket-friendly cab services in Abuja for Dana Miles Guests, as well as the on-going discounts for Youth Corps members.
“We also thank the Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi Sirika for walking the talk, the aviation agencies for raising the bar and ensuring that issues were resolved on-time and our amazing guests for their support and understanding. Kaduna people are peace-loving and we also appreciate them for their hospitality,” he added.
Meanwhile, Kaduna Integrity Group has applauded the airline for its service delivery and contribution to the economy as the airline re-commences flights the airport.
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