Monday, 1 July 2013

Dana Air To Commence Uyo And Calabar Operations

Dana Air is set to re-launch flight services to Uyo and Calabar, in addition to its current destinations - Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt.

The airline’s Head of Corporate Communications, Tony Usidamen, disclosed this in a chat with aviation correspondents. According to Usidamen, the decision to re-launch operations to both Uyo and Calabar is based on requests from the airline’s teeming guests to extend its services to the oil-producing states.

“Since resuming flight operations to Lagos and Abuja in January, we have had many requests from air travelers across the country to extend our world-class services to more cities. The commencement of Port Harcourt operations was in line with the requests and, in a few weeks, we will commence scheduled flights to Uyo and Calabar too”, said Usidamen.

“At Dana Air, we recognize the importance of Akwa Ibom and Cross River State in the socio-economic development of the country as oil producing states. With both states playing host to several multinational companies in the oil & gas industry, we are confident that our new services from Uyo and Calabar to Lagos and Abuja will make the states even more attractive to investors”, Usidamen added.

Dana Air currently operates twelve (12) flights daily on the Lagos-Abuja-Lagos route, four (4) flights daily on the Lagos-Port Harcourt-Lagos route and two (2) flights daily on the Abuja-Port Harcourt-Abuja route. The airline is reputed for its efficient customer services, world-class in-flight services, on-time departures and arrivals, innovative e-airline products and high quality standards.

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