Nigeria’s domestic airline resumed flights on Thursday, seven months after one of its planes crashed, killing at least 163 people.
An executive with Dana Air, the carrier that crashed in Nigeria and killed more than 150 people, says the airline will resume flying soon despite public concerns about its aging aircraft.
Kin of victims of the Nigerian crash that killed at least 153 passengers and crew on board, including an Indian, have rejected mass burial of corpses.
A Nigerian airline whose airplane crashed in the country`s largest city said its own chief engineer died on the doomed flight.
Dana Air is part of the Dana Group which started operations in Nigeria in the 1980s.
Fears mounted in Nigeria on Monday that a large number of people may have been killed on the ground besides all 153 passengers and crew on board.
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