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Dana Air and ASKY sign interline agreement

Posted 19 February 2018 · Add Comment

An interline agreement has been reached between Dana Air and Asky airline, reports Afritraveller.

Group managing director of Dana Air, Jacky Hathiramani said: “We want to assure our guests of our commitment towards providing safe, reliable, affordable and world-class air transport services in Nigeria.’’ he said.

The CEO of Asky airlines, Ahadu Simachew said Dana Air is apparently the most experienced and well-managed airline in Nigeria, with a very strong, passionate and creative management team.

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