Dana Airline and the management of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two, have entered into a partnership to reward passengers with low-cost tickets when they fly with the airline from the terminal four times consecutively.
According to the terms of the programme, passengers are expected to fly four times with Dana Air before they get the fifth flight at a low rate for one year.
The Chief Executive Officer of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited, operators of MMA2, Captain Jari Williams, said the MMA2 had proven to be more than a terminal since inception and planned to continue providing not just an end-to-end passenger experience that is seamless and efficient, but providing the best facilities and a reward system for passengers who travel from the terminal.
According to him, the partnership to reward customers is part of MMA2’s way of incentivising flying from the terminal and appreciating users of the terminal for their loyalty.
Williams added that the partnership with Dana Air and other airlines operating at the terminal was as a result of the commitment to rewarding loyalty.
The Accountable Manager/Chief Operating Officer of Dana Air, Mr Obi Mbanuzuo, said the airline and MMA2 had always been partners in progress and both brands had built a reputation for their constant desire to not just offer the best of services, but to cap their services with rewards for customers.
“This reward programme is a good one such that, if you fly four times, you will get the fifth one for a very low price to fly to any of Dana Air’s destinations. This is definitely a good time for travellers as there is always something to look forward to when you fly,” he said.