Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah, the Deputy Minister for Aviation, has assured the traveling public that there will be free Wifi deployed at the new Terminal 3, which is set to be officially inaugurated on October 2.
“Speaking at the just-ended 7th Ghana Economic Forum (GEF) held in Accra, Mr. Darko-Mensah, said: “We are working to ensure that there is free Wifi at Terminal 3 when we inaugurate it on October 2.
The new terminal is designed to handle up to five million passengers a year. According to the GACL, at peak, the terminal will have the capacity to process up to about 1,250 passengers. It also has a fully automated baggage handling system capable of handling about 3,500 bags an hour.
The new facility has a large retail and commercial area, three business lounges, six fixed links and seven air bridges expandable to eight.
In respect of parking space, the facility’s parking facility has the capacity to handle about 700 cars. The facility has five levels on a 45,000 square meters.
It has six contact stands for Code E aircraft and an extra two remote stands. At the Departure level, it has 56 check-in desks, 30 passport control centres and eight security lanes.
At the Arrival level, it has 24 immigration counters, four e-gate positions four reclaim devices.