Dana airlines announced the suspension of its flights in the Country. This was in response to the recent developments on Covid-19, and the need to support the efforts of the government to stem the further spread of the Covid-19 in our dear country.
This was disclosed in an online statement by the airline’s Media / Communications Manager Mr. Kingsley Ezenwa
Ezenwa said the suspension, which would commence from March 25, would last for two weeks.
“We have decided to suspend our flight operations for the next 14 days effective midnight 25th March 2020,” he said.
According to Mr. Ezenwa, the airline has been a huge decline in the passenger figures as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic recently and considering the need to avoid piling unnecessary costs at this difficult time, we had to take this huge decision in the interest of the industry, staff, customers and our nation.
The airline also apologize and regret any inconvenience this decision may cause customers on affected flights, we wish to reassure our guests that we will be available on all our channels to ensure seamless updates and communication, the airline said.