Dana Air, infamous for its June 3 2012, crash that killed 153 people on board in Lagos will resume flights tomorrow, after a 7 months hiatus. This comes after the Nigerian Civil Aviation Agency found it airworthy and insurance claims have been received by families of most of the crash victims. Tickets were sold today for Abuja – Lagos route and will be another alternative to the three operating airlines – Arik, Aero and IRS – in Nigeria, as people return to work after the holidays.
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