The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority NCAA on Thursday commenced the operational audit of Dana Air hours after the regulatory company introduced the suspension of the airline’s working licence.
In the meantime, passengers who’ve already booked their flight with the airline arrived the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two MMA2 early Thursday morning and obtained info of cancellation of the flights.
A few of the beleaguered passengers expressed their anger by touching the counters of the airline on the MMA2 terminal.
Giving replace of the state of affairs yesterday, Dana Air spokesmen, Kingsley Ezenwa instructed journalists that “We’re happy to announce that we now have commenced the operational audit as suggested by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and we’re absolutely cooperating with the NCAA to make sure our fast return to flight operations.”
He defined that “the audit can also be a possibility for us to show as soon as once more and reassure our friends, purchasers and companions that we stay robust, protected, environment friendly and dependable.”
Kingsley defined that “As an airline, we aren’t insulated from the a number of challenges airways and the aviation business is grappling with each day which incorporates the latest skyrocketing value of aviation gas at N830/ltr, unavailability of foreign exchange, Floor Dealing with providers, inflation, a number of taxation amongst different operational challenges which airways have made frantic efforts to speak to the flying public and the federal government.