Nigeria’s aviation ministry has reinstated Dana Air’s operating certificate three months after one of the carrier’s MD-83 crashed on final approach to Lagos Murtala Muhammad International Airport. The ministry says it is satisfied with the airline’s operations following a “rigorous technical, operational and financial audit of the airline.” The ministry added that “Dana Air is free to resume its normal commercial flight operations.” The Nigerian government grounded Dana Air a day ...

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