Aviation Minister tours Tamale Airport runway upgrade project

Aviation Minister, Cecelia Abena Dapaah, has paid a working visit to inspect ongoing works to revamp the runway of the Tamale Airport.The minister was accompanied by some management of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) and ... — Read More

Gov’t halts allocation of Aviation Lands to developers

Government has halted the allocation of Aviation Lands to private developers, as contention over the use and ownership of the 632.74acres of land deepens.Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu, told Parliament on Tuesday, March 21 that: “On the ... — Read More

First TAP Portugal’s A330 with renewed cabin and full flat seats starts flying

TAP Portugal’s A330 named João Gonçalves Zarco, is now operating with a completely renewed cabin.This is the first of seven A330s that will have gone through this fleet update program by the end of the year.The programme represents TAP’s commitment to ... — Read More

Ban on local carriers to end by Dec--GCAA

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) says it is optimistic of meeting the United States Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) technical requirements for the restoration of Ghana’s FAA Category one status by end of this year.“The FAA is helping us work on ... — Read More

Air France becomes 15th in’t airline

Leading European carrier, Air France, is set to become the 15th scheduled international passenger airline servicing the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).The Paris-based airline will commence its non-stop service between Paris and Accra on Monday, February 28, 2017 and offer Ghanaian travelers ... — Read More

Ethiopian starts services to Guinea, Conakry

Ethiopian Airlines has marked the commencement of its new service to Conakry, the capital of The Republic of Guinea, at a ceremony held at Addis Ababa’s Bole Airport.The event was graced by Mme SidibeFatoumaKaba, Guinea Ambassador to Ethiopia; Mr. MesfinTassew, Chief ... — Read More

More passengers upgraded in Kenya Airways promo

More Ghanaian passengers have been upgraded in the on-going Kenya Airways (KQ) promotion to mark the Nairobi-based airline’s 40th anniversary.Passengers Yuan Bohmensahnblehsuah, Lebby Lynette, LebbyLyndomon and YahuzaAbubakarwere among the randomly selected winner who were upgraded from Economy Class to the airline’s ... — Read More

KQ offers free upgrades to mark 40th anniversary

Kenya Airways (KQ) has offered free upgrade from Economy Class to Business Class for some randomly selected passengers to mark its 40th anniversary celebrations.Hallie Josephus, Otoo Desmond, and Venter Hermanus were among the many randomly selected winners that were upgraded to ... — Read More

Oil sector to boost int’ passenger numbers

The expected increase of investments in the country’s oil and gas sector will inure to the benefit of international airlines operating in the country, Dick van Nieuwenhuyzen, Country Manager of Air France-KLM has said.“In 2017, the oil and gas business will ... — Read More

Kenya Airways offers 40% discount on fares

Nairobi-based Kenya Airways is offering Ghanaian travelers up to 40 percent discount on tickets to various destinations across its network.The offer also includes a special US$1977 price for its business class tickets to Europe--Paris, London and Amsterdam, as part of activities ... — Read More

Kenya Airways celebrates 40 years in the skies

Kenya Airways on Sunday January 22, 2017 marked its 40th anniversary since it was incorporated in 1977.From humble beginnings Kenya Airways has grown to become a leading player in Africa connecting the region to the World and the World to Africa ... — Read More

Brussels fly’s over 3.2% more passengers in 2016

In 2016, Brussels Airlines welcomed 7.7 million passengers on board of its worldwide flights. That is an increase of 3.2% compared to 2015, a remarkable result given the challenges the airline faced last year.Brussels Airlines closed the year 2016 with 7,736,791 ... — Read More

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