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Dana Air Rewards Lagos – Accra Travellers With Free Tickets

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Nigerian carrier, Dana Air, announced on Monday series of benefits for its customers flying on the Lagos – Accra – Lagos route, an offer tied to its frequent flyer programme, known as Dana Miles, which enables guests flying on the Accra route earn 4,500 miles extra to fly for free on their next trip.

The airline said in a statement on Monday that the rewards will continue throughout the month of February, 2016, and entails guests to fly with their partner on a round trip on the  Lagos – Accra- Lagos route to be rewarded with 4500 miles, the equivalent of a free ticket.

It said passengers travelling on the business class will stand a chance of being upgraded to silver membership, its second highest membership level for guests who are able to acquire 9,000 miles within one year on their flight with Dana Air.

According to the Chief Commercial Officer of Dana Air, Mr. Obi Mbanuzuo, the reward is just the airlines’ way of saying thank you to its loyal guests on the Accra route and to encourage them to spend this year’s valentine in Accra.

“This is our own way of appreciating our loyal guests who have embraced our unique flight services on the Accra route and to also encourage couples to enjoy their getaway this valentine in the beautiful city of Accra.

“Our guests should also expect more giveaways on our social media platforms and can also participate in our ongoing valentine contest in collaboration with Pulseng on instagram’,” he said.

Dana Air recently launched daily flight services from Lagos to Accra with an introductory online fare of N22,000 to boost leisure and business trips from Lagos to Accra.

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