Dana Air has launched a Mega Miles promo which encourages its guests to book a return ticket and get miles good enough to get an upgrade from economy class to business class at no cost or pay for excess luggage using miles.
According to statement by the airline’s Media and Communications Manager, Kingsley Ezenwa, the offer is only for Dana miles members and the promo will run from 1st of February to 31st of March 2019.
The promo entails guests to book return tickets on same reference within the period, quote their membership numbers when booking for miles to be credited within 24 hours.
‘We are pleased to announce the introduction of Mega Miles promo. It is strictly a promo to encourage members of our frequent flyer program, to book return tickets to get Mega Miles, which can be explored for upgrade, exchanged for free tickets, pay for excess, and lots of other cash-saving benefits.’’
‘This offer is also to encourage our guests to plan their trips, book return tickets to get massively rewarded for their membership and participation. Guests are advised to quote their membership numbers when booking.’’
‘’We have also started rewarding our guests with N5,000 tickets in the ongoing Dana Air/ MMA2 travelers reward promo. This promo has seen the terminal record huge traffic and has also proven its capability to process good number of passengers with its ultra-modern facilities.’’
‘’To take advantage of the MMA2/ Dana Air travelers promo which is valid till August 2019, our esteemed guests are advised to fly Dana Air just four times from MMA2 to any of our destinations to get the 5th ticket at N5000 only. We believe in offering more for less and rewarding loyalty and this promo is just one of the ways to demonstrate our commitment.’’
Dana Air recently bagged an award from an Akwa Ibom based group for its efficient service delivery, timely departures and for operating in accordance with global best practices. The airline is one of Nigeria’s leading airlines with daily flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port Harcourt, Uyo and Owerri.
By Gboyega Adeoye