Dana Air to resume flight operations

Dana Air will resume flights tomorrow. The airline held talks with the NCAA and officials of the Ministry of Aviation today, and all issues have been resolved. Dana Air released the following statement:

We are pleased to announce that the airline has been given approval to resume flight operations with immediate effect following the temporary suspension of our operations on Saturday, 16th March, 2013. Scheduled flights will now commence on Tuesday 19th March, 2013 on the Lagos-Abuja-Lagos route.

A spokesman of the Ministry of Aviation confirmed that the suspension has been lifted with immediate effect, but the MD83 aircraft (5N-JAI) which had a technical snag last Friday will remain grounded until it is certified as airworthy by the manufacturer, Boeing.

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2 responses to “Dana Air to resume flight operations”

  1. waly777 says :

    Hmm, let’s see how long they let them fly this time.

  2. Mr. Smith says :

    What a mess. Is this the industry the so called 4 new entrants are coming into? Knee jerk policies. It’s quite frustrating.

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