Ghana Airways (Ghana Airways Limited) was the national carrier of the Republic of Ghana. The airline had its primary hub at Kotoka International Airport, in Accra. Ghana Airways was the name of an airline that was established in 1958 by the government of Ghana, which stopped operating passenger flights in 2004.
In 2020 it was announced that Ghana Airways was being revived. The Government of Ghana announced that the airline was set to be restarted, in partnership with Egyptair. Egyptair would provide technical and operational support.
The airline was going to be re-established, however, plans for this were soon dismissed. The government of Ghana are instead focusing on the launch of Ghana's new flag carrier airline GhanaAirlines, set to launch in 2023.
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Ghana Airways stated that its order of three 787-9 Dreamliners was based on the decision of providing efficient and flexible regional services.
The airline had plans to begin operating international flights.
One route that was likely the airline would operate was Accra to Kumasi, which is a popular route and has a high demand. You can type 'Accra' and 'Kumasi' into the search bar at the top of the page to start searching for flights between these cities.
There is no information on Ghana Airways' baggage allowance as the airline ceased operations in 2004.
There is no information on Ghana Airways' online check-in as the airline ceased operations in 2004.
There is no information on Ghana Airways' airport check-in as the airline ceased operations in 2004.
The airline was set to restart with one McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and one McDonnell Douglas DC-9 aircraft. A further 3 Boeing 787 Dreamliners were also set to be added to the airline’s fleet.
Kotoka International Airport (ACC) is the international airport serving Accra, the capital of Ghana. The airport currently has two passenger terminals, Terminal 2 (used for domestic flights) and Terminal 3 (used for regional, international and long-haul flights).
Kotoka International Airport is currently the primary hub for Africa World Airlines, which provides domestic and regional flights within Ghana, as well as being a base for PassionAir, which is also a domestic operator. Other airlines which fly to ACC include Air Burkina, Arik Air, Dana Air, Delta Air Lines, Ethiopian Airlines, KLM, Goldstar Airlines and Kenya Airways.
The government of Ghana has partnered with EgyptAir to re-establish the new Ghanaian flag carrier, following the signing of A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Ghana in 2018 had signed a similar MoU with Ethiopian Airlines. However, the deal was held back due to disagreement over key points of discussion, including routes and funding.
The new airline will be operating from its headquarter in Accra, providing a network of routes throughout Ghana and elsewhere within Africa, as well as North and South America.