PassionAir, a domestic airline with the largest route network in the country, has commenced its flight operations from Sunyani to Accra.
In an address at a brief ceremony in Sunyani to launch PassionAir’s inaugural flight to the city, Managing Director of the airline, Samuel Ato Hagan, expressed delight with the fact that his outfit is the first to operate in the region after the airport’s inauguration some few weeks ago.
He assured passengers of the airline’s resolve to offer the best of service to them and ensure their safety. Further, he urged hospitality and tourism companies in the region to take advantage of the airline’s operations in the area to promote their businesses.
Speaking at the event, Minister for Transport Kweku Ofori Asiamah commended PassionAir for taking the bold step to ply the Accra-Sunyani route, especially when the airport was only recently inaugurated and there is no empirical data to assure the company of high passenger traffic.
He further assured players in the aviation sector that government is doing its best to ensure the currency is stable enough to help drive down costs for the industry.
PassionAir currently operates daily flights from Accra’s Kotoka International Airport to Kumasi, Takoradi, Tamale and Wa. It also operates charter services within Ghana and the West Africa sub-region.
It is a Ghanaian airline that started scheduled domestic operations in the country in August 2018.
With a vision of creating an exceptional travelling experience, the airline seeks to provide the aviation market with timely, safe and secure schedules between Accra and other main cities.
Its focus is to consolidate aviation traffic between the main cities and then stimulate traffic to the other domestic airports.
It is PassionAir’s goal to be the airline of choice, providing competitive service within Ghana and the West African region as a whole.