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Local carrier, Dana Air, has introduced additional flight services on its Lagos-Abuja route in response to demands.
Spokesperson of the airline, Kingsley Ezenwa, said the additional seats were to serve customers better, as well as follow through with its strategic route expansion programme.
Ezenwa noted that the additional Abuja to Lagos flights will operate at 12:40pm, 7pm, and 8.10pm, while the Lagos to Abuja end will operate on the 2.30pm, 5pm, and 6.30pm belts.
“With these additional flights, our customers can be rest assured that we will always have convenient, optional flight times on the Lagos and Abuja routes,” he said.
The Communication and Marketing Manager noted that the airline was consolidating its network, providing competitive fares, seamless travel experience, and reliable schedule for guests and “this expansion will be across the network, as we take delivery of more of our B737 aircraft very soon.”
“We want to be available to our guests at suitable times across the network and our growth has been consistently meticulous and commendable and we want to keep it that way for our loyal customers who have kept us going,” Ezenwa said.
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