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BREAKING: Aviation unions end blockage of MMA2 terminal

Following the agreement reached between Bi-courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of Murtala Mohammed Airport two (MMA2) and the Aviation Unions to end the 2-day strike last night, Dana Air said it has resumed flights from the terminal.

Confirming this, the airline in a statement through its Media and Communications Manager, Kingsley Ezenwa declared: “we have resumed flights from MMA2 following the agreement reached by MMA2 and the Aviation Unions today. We thank the Management of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited BASL, operators of MMA2 for considering the economic implications and for putting national interest first in resolving the industrial action.

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“We also wish to thank our teeming guests for their total understanding and cooperation in the course of our temporary relocation to the General Aviation Terminal (GAT) and we hope to continue offering the best of our services which we have come to be known for.”

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The Dana Air spokesperson further noted that as a result of the airline’s core values of improving customer experience, and knack for customer-centric innovations, that it has also introduced a ‘Cash Top-Up’ concept for members of its loyalty and reward program Dana Miles.

“The Cash Top-up allows our Dana Miles members to top-up their miles with little cash to enjoy the hospitality of our economy or business Class cabin. Our interested Dana Miles members are advised to visit our website: www.flydanaair.com or do an email 72 hours before their preferred flight.’

“We are committed to always improving guests’ experience and exceeding their aspirations. We will continue to provide superior and convenient options to all our guests particularly, our Dana Miles guests, to ensure that they get much more value for flying with us,” Ezenwa added.

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