NLC strike: Dana Air to reschedule, reroute flights

Dana Air says it will reschedule or reroute its flights to cushion the effects of the proposed nationwide strike by the organised labour.

“It is our commitment towards ensuring that our guests do not bear the impact of the imminent strike action by the Nigeria Labour Congress scheduled to commence November 6,” the Media and Communications Manager, Dana Air, Kingsley Ezenwa, said.

“The airline will be available to reschedule or reroute its passengers at no cost to the passengers,” he added.

He said the airline regretted the inconvenience of the likely effects of flight disruption on its passengers and the huge loss of income on its part and appealed to the Federal Government and the labour unions to find a middle ground to resolve the issue in the overall interest of Nigerians and the economy.

 “We regret the inconveniences on the part of our guests who are already on our scheduled flights for the week. At Dana Air, the comfort of our guests is paramount and we will be available on phone, mail, and on all our social media handles including WhatsApp to attend to all requests from our guests,” he added.

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