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Dana Air Booking: All you need to know

Dana Airlines is a Nigerian airline that offers domestic flights within Nigeria. Dana Air started its operations in 2008 and has gained popularity over the years.

Just like most airlines, booking a flight on Dana Air and checking in is super easy and can be done from the comfort of your home or office within minutes. If you are planning on booking a flight on Dana Air, you will find all the information you need below.


The right tool to book Dana Air flights

You can book Dana flights over the phone, on the website, mobile app, ticket offices, or through local travel agents. Most passengers prefer using the mobile app or the website portal to book flights due to its ease and convenience.

Dana Air booking portal

Simply visit www.flydanaair.com to book a flight. You will either see an open menu where you can start your booking process or a flight selection option. Click on that option and fill in details such as your departure location and date, intended destination, number of people you are booking for, and whether you want a return, one way, or a multi journey. You will be shown available flights and prices, after which you can make your choice, select your preferred payment option, and complete your booking process.

Dana Air payment services and options

You can make payments for your flights on Dana Air through any of the following options:

  • Credit/Debit Card: You can make payments on Dana Air website using your Visa, Interswitch Verve or Mastercard that is activated for Internet banking. You can also pay through Etranzact. Charges vary based on the payment channel used.
  • Book and hold: If you do not wish to make payment through your credit/debit cards, you can select the book and hold option which allows you to pay for your flight at designated banks. Payment has to be made and confirmed within 24 hours of your flight else your booking will be cancelled. The designated banks for payment can be found here.
  • Vouchers: You can use your voucher to pay for your flight and that of other passengers under the same booking. Vouchers are valid for a specific duration of time.

Dana Air Check-in options

You can check-in online or or at the airport. If you check-in online, you have to present your bags, boarding pass and a valid photo ID for verification / stamping to the Dana Air check-in counter at least 30 minutes prior to departure of the flight.

If you wish to check-in at the airport, you must arrive at least 2 hours before departure.

Dana Air Baggage allowance and policies

For checked baggage, Dana Air allows a maximum of 30kg for Business class, 23kg for Economy class and 10kg for Infants. Any baggage beyond this attracts a fee of N500 per kg.

Jewelry, cash, camera equipment, laptops, medication needed during flight, mobile phones, and other valuables should be kept in your hand luggage which should not be more than 6 kg and 45cm x 33cm x 20cm.

Your baggage should be locked with your name and address pasted on the outside and inside of it. You can find more baggage policies here.

Dana Air Routes in Nigeria

Dana Air routes in Nigeria include Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Uyo, and Owerri.

Comparing Cost of Dana Air Flights with other domestic airlines

You can use flight comparison tools such as TravelStart, Wakanow, Jumia Travel, among others to compare flight costs of airlines and find cheaper flights.

Dana Airlines Offices and contact

Dana Airlines has offices in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Owerri, and Uyo. You can find the location of their offices here.

For further enquiries, suggestions, and complaints, contact Dana Air customer care on 01-280-9888 or 0700FLYDANA (07003593262) or email contact@flydanaair.com

Dana Airlines FAQ

Click here to access the frequently asked questions page of Dana Air.

Katherine Chinyere Nwanorue

Katherine C. Nwanorue, a dedicated writer for NaijaDazz, passionately delves into the intricate fabric of Nigerian society, where she sheds light on critical aspects of education, politics, and the latest happenings. Her insightful commentary provides readers with a deeper understanding of the dynamic landscape of Nigeria, offering a valuable lens through which to view the country's evolving narratives.