Aviance rolls out full service at Kumasi Airport


Aviance, the largest ground handling company by market share, has today, July 1, 2024, rolled out its full service at the newly- inaugurated Prempeh I International Airport, Kumasi.

The company, over the weekend, deployed its new state-of-the-art air conditioned buses to the Prempeh I International Airport, Kumasi to complement other ramp, cargo and passenger handling equipment already on-ground.

Mark Kamis, Managing Director of Aviance tells AviationGhana that “It’s really exciting for Aviance in general, this is our 30th year, so we are celebrating 30 years in Accra. Part of  Aviance’s strategy is to expand and to diversify, so we are really excited that as of Monday, July 1, 2024 we will be the ground handler in Kumasi and Tamale serving Africa World Airlines (AWA).

We are really excited to be part of that with the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) and our airline partners.”

Aviance Ghana Limited (Aviance Ghana) is the leading full-service airline Ground Handling & Cargo company on the African Continent, based at Accra’s international airport, Kotoka (KIA). Aviance Ghana provides services to its customer airlines. Aviance Ghana holds a full ground handling license and is certified and regulated by IATA ISAGO. It controls 73 percent of the market share in Ghana.

The Kumasi International Airport was inaugurated on May 10, 2024 and renamed the Prempeh I International Airport. Two international airlines have applied to operate charter services and scheduled international flights to the newly-renovated Kumasi International Airport.

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