Dana Air Sunday denied a report by a newspaper, Ibom Telegraph, that one of its plane crashed in Lagos area, Sunday.
A statement from the airline and signed by Kingsley Ezenwa, Media and Communications Manager of the airline said there was no iota of truth in the report. He added that the report is entirely false and malicious, as it carries pictures and report of a previous incident.
The statement said; “Our attention has been drawn to a report insinuating that a Dana Air plane crashed somewhere in Lagos on Sunday, 11 December, 2016. We wish to state unequivocally that the report is entirely false and malicious, as it carries pictures and report of the previous incident.”
“At Dana Air, the safety and comfort of our guests and crew is a major priority to us and we will continue to adhere strictly to all local and international regulations in the delivery of safe, reliable and world-class air transport”.
“We also regret any inconveniences this may have caused our teeming guests, and we assure them that the issue is being investigated.”
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