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Dana Air Gets IATA Membership, Reaffirms Global Best Practices




Dana Air has assured its guests of its commitment to continuously raising the bar of its operational efficiency with an airline model that guarantees sustainability and professionalism in Nigeria’s aviation industry.

The Accountable Manager of Dana Air, Mr. Obi Mbanuzuo made this known during the official presentation of the membership certificate of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to Dana Air in Lagos.

He said Dana Air has and will continue to maintain global best practices in the aviation industry while still churning out world-class initiatives to exceed the flying aspirations of its ever-increasing membership of the airlines’ loyalty program –Dana Miles.

‘’Since becoming an IATA member, we have received a barrage of requests for interline and code-share agreements and we can’t wait to take our unrivaled services in Nigeria to the global stage. Dana Air remains uncompromising in its commitment to maintaining global best practices and as always, we will continue to churn out world-class initiatives to meet and exceed the flying aspirations of our teeming guests’’, the manager said

Speaking further Obi said “we are very confident of our model as presently we are the only Nigerian carrier to have undergone an operational audit conducted by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), and its foreign partners, The Flight Safety Group.

We also scaled the IATA Operational Safety Audit IOSA and we wish to assure our guests that we are not resting on our oars as commitment to professionalism are unwavering.”

Also speaking at the event, IATA’s Area Manager, South-West, Dr Samson Fatokun, said not all airlines are members of IATA because of its stringent admission process but commended Dana Air for making the list and joining over 300 airlines presently on the association’s registry.



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