Dana Air named official carrier for security summit
Dana Air has been announced as the official airline of the National Security Summit on kidnapping, farmers-herdsmen clashes, violent crimes and criminality in Nigeria, scheduled to hold on May 11 and 12, 2017 in Abuja.
The summit, with the theme: “Forging partnerships for effective strategies to curb the menace of kidnapping, recurring farmers-pastoralists clashes and criminality in Nigeria” aims to create a platform for stakeholders to come together and engage in an open discourse on enduring solutions to these security threats in the polity.
Accountable Manager of Dana Air, Obi Mbanuzuo, said it was a honour to be the official airline for the all-important summit.Mbanuzuo said: “As an airline committed to the safety of our guests and Nigerians at large, we feel there is no better time than now, for us to come together and seek way to solve these security challenges, and we believe the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and our royal fathers have taken the right step. We will as always, offer delegates to this summit the best of on-time performance and in-flight service.”
Also speaking on the partnership with Dana Air, the consultant to the IGP, Henry Daniel-Elebiga, said the partnership with Dana was informed by its track-record of good customer service, in-flight service and on-time performance.
“This is an airline that has raised the bar on all fronts and is also a member of IATA registry, which is a confirmation of the airlines’ adherence to global operational safety standards,” Elebiga said.
As official airline, Dana Air is expected to offer seamless flight services to delegates attending the summit from Lagos, Akwa Ibom, Port Harcourt, Kaduna, and Owerri.
In a related development, Dana Air has also partnered Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA2) on a promo, which will offer guests traveling from the terminal, an opportunity of winning a brand new KIA RIO, as part activities to mark MMA2’s 10th anniversary.