DANA Management Refutes Airline’s Safety Issues, Justifies Detention of 23 Disembarking Passengers in 2010
Several members of the aviation committee of the House of Representatives investigating the operations of Dana Airline today dueled with the company’s management over the airline’s safety record.
Members of the legislative committee shared anecdotes of their unsettling experiences, dating back to 2010, whilst traveling on the airline. However, the management of DANA Airline strongly denied knowledge of any of the safety issues raised by the legislators. In addition, the airline justified its detention of 23 passengers on a July 14, 2010 flight that had a potential air danger, citing company policy.