One of Nigeria’s leading airlines, Dana Air said it would introduce additional flights between Abuja and Lagos and resume Lagos to Owerri, Port Harcourt to Abuja with effect from August 28.
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The airline’s Accountable Manager, Obi Mbanuzuo disclosed in a statement that the decision to increase frequencies was taken in response to the clamour of its passengers.
He said, “We introduced these additional flights based on the feedback from our guests and popular demand for flights at specific times and we are also delighted that our guests have embraced the safety measures we have in place for them.”
He explained that the additional Lagos-Abuja flight will depart at 8am, 11.50am, 3.40pm and 5.30pm, while the Abuja- Lagos flight will depart at 9.55am, 1.50pm, 5.30pm and 7.25pm.
He said the Lagos-Owerri flight will depart at 7.10am, while Owerri to Lagos will depart at 8.45am. Also, he added that Lagos to Port Harcourt will now be at 10.30am while Port Harcourt to Lagos will depart at 3.35pm. Port Harcourt to Abuja daily flights will be at 12.05pm, and Abuja to Port Harcourt will depart at 1.45pm.”