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Dana Air Introduces Dana Miles Frequent Flyer Program

Dana Air has announced its frequent flyer program: Dana Miles; which allows its guests to earn and redeem points or miles for travel across its route network.

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This initiative will enable Dana Miles members, access to upgrade their Dana Air tickets, gain extra baggage allowance, exchange miles for tickets, and get priority checking-in at the airport.
According to the Accountable Manager of Dana Airlines, Mr Obi Mbanuzuo: “We are always seeking new ways to serve our guests  better, and the introduction of Dana Miles; our frequent flyer program is just a way of strengthening our  relationship with our loyal customers; while providing them more value for miles accrued while flying with us.’’
Speaking further Obi said: “membership is free and customers can become a Dana Miles member, by registering on www.flydanaair.com and completing an online enrollment form which automatically makes them a Blue-card member upon which they can progress to the Silver and Gold card holders, based on miles they are able to accrue.’’
Only recently, Dana Air created its online check-in platform to ease the travel experience of its guests. The web check-in icon enables its guests check-in, print boarding passes and select their preferred seats, all from the comfort of their homes.

 

The airline  is reputed for its efficient customer service, innovative e-airline products, world-class in-flight service, on-time departures and arrivals, and high quality standards.

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