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Dana Air opens more points of sale in Accra

Nigerian Carrier, Dana Air, has introduced more point of sales and contact centres for customers in Accra aimed at ensuring accessibility and seamless process of ticket booking and payment.  The airline is also in talks with four more banks for its Book on Hold payment option.

Speaking on the development, Dana Air’s Accountable Manager, Mr Obi Mbanuzuo, said the airline strategically opened the offices at Liberty Avenue Adabraka and Cornestone Arcarde, Mensah Woos Street, East Legon, based on the demands of its passengers and the need for the airline to have multiple payment options and outlets for guests.

Commenting further, Obi said, “apart from Guarantee Trust Bank, Zenith Bank and United Bank for Africa; we are also in talks with Access Bank, Fidelity Bank, UMB and Barclays Bank for book on hold payments.  All our guests need to do is just to book their tickets on our website -www.flydanaair.com and then make payments at any of the listed banks within 12 hours’’

He urged frequent flyers to register for the airlines’ frequent flyer program – Dana Miles and take advantage of the multiple benefits that will follow and also expect more amazing packages in the months to come.

Only recently, Dana Air launched a promo tagged, “Show your loyalty’’ which entails guests to fly 5 times and get a free ticket on any of its route- Accra, Abuja, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Uyo. The airline is reputed for its world-class in-flight service, superior on-time performance and innovative online products.

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