Nigerian airline grounded… again

 
  Dana Air’s flying license suspended once again.
   
   

Less than six months after resuming operations, Nigerian airline, Dana Air has had its flying license revoked again.

Announced over the weekend, the carrier responsible for the country’s largest aviation accident, said it was notified by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority of its suspension, but was unsure of the reasons behind the grounding, Yahoo News reported.

In June last year, the airline crashed into a residential area, killing up to 153 passengers and sparking an inferno at the scene.

The airline was told in September it was able to resume flights, and eventually took off in January this year, despite ongoing investigations into the crash.

Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J.
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