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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Dana Air Addresses Abuja-Ph Bound Airplane Crash Following Public Outcry

The Dana air management has issued a statement on the crash of its Aircraft carrying 42 passengers, enroute Port Harcourt from Abuja, on Tuesday evening, 20th February.



The aircraft skidded off the runway at the Port Harcourt International Airport and landed inside a bush. According them the crash was as a result of bad weather situation at the time of landing.







24 comments:

  1. Thank God we did not hear bad report. Dana Air make you guys park well before something happens

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  2. thank God no life nobody died. May God's name be praise

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  3. Thank God for sparing their lives..we reject plane crash in Nigeria before and after election.
    God, please protect your people.

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  4. I ll rather trekk than board Dana airline..

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  5. Nawa ooooo.

    Excuses, excuses, excuses till someone dies! What is FAAN doing about this? This shithole of a country.

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  6. Bless God no lives was lost. Adequate measure should always be taking to avert things like this from happening, for the life of an individual matters.

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  7. See how dark the airport and runway is? Which way Nija.....hope no crash will happen before Dana and appropriate people are sanctioned

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  8. wahala dey naija o

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  9. Hian! You pipu will not rest now. First, ya door abi window "opened"now una run enter bush...hmmmmm, just stop flying abeg! The voices of those people in that ill fated flight is still crying out!!!

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  10. Thank God for the lives on board and the pilot. These things happen even to the best and the story would have been different

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  11. this country..elections are close by..uhm...God save your children

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  12. Dana again!! You people should go on a vacation for now haba!! Thank God no life was lost. Some passengers would have found themselves in heaven and back. HBP would definitely shoot up for some.

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  13. O kwa una ahuna? Thank God sha,don't know why I don't like flying?

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  14. Why people still enter this flying coffin called Dana beats my imagination. People will count their own money to risk their own lives.
    I can never forget that whole family with 4kids that was wiped away in their crash years ago.
    May they continue to RIP.

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    1. Hmmmmm yes oh, the Anyene's and Aunty Bee, May your gentle souls continue to rest in perfect peace, #Wicked Airline with no conscience.

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    2. My lovely Cousin Onyeka and his family. I really don't want to comment on this Dana issue. If It were to be a country where things work, this airline is supposed to have been grounded. Onyi nwanne m, aunty Ifeoma still talks about you as if you are still here with us.it is well!

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  15. True....that was exactly what happened. We had a very heavy rainfall yesterday that even my own flight couldn't land. Thank God for d pilot....

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  16. The pilot shouldn't have landed at that time.God be praised.

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  17. This Nigeria! I know nobody.actually investigated this.airline when their door pulled off. They won't take appropriate measure now. I wonder how anyone will pay to fly in Dana. It's like people love hearing excuses. I can never ever in my life fly Dana. Air peace and aero is ok for me.

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