Aviation: “Why AWA is wining in West Africa,” Samuel Thompson, AWA COO

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In just four years of operating in the aviation industry, leading Ghanaian carrier, Africa World Airline (AWA) has become a darling airline to air travellers in Ghana and Nigerian. The airline which started its operation on the Accra-Lagos route with 3 times weekly flight has consistently increased its frequency and now flies 4 times daily making it the airline with […]

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Aviation: Ghana CAA to scrap import duty on aircraft spare parts

Ghana CAA to scrap import duty on aircraft spare parts The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has given hint it will soon remove import duty on aircraft spare parts. The move is part of efforts to reduce the cost of domestic fares to boost the sector. The Director General of the GCAA, Simon Allotey, gave the hint at a ceremony […]

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Aviation: AWA increases daily frequency on Accra-Lagos route

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AWA increases daily frequency on Accra-Lagos route By Friday Nwosu Ghana’s leading domestic and regional airline, Africa World Airlines, has increased its flight schedule on the lucrative Accra-Lagos routes to four (4) times daily. The airlines said the increase in the daily flight schedule was necessitated by the growing demand on the route by air travellers. The airlines has become […]

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Aviation: Africa World Airlines plans sub-region domination

Africa World Airlines plans sub-region domination Africa World Airlines (AWA) is to increase its offering on its regional and domestic routes this year as it scales-up its operations. The Accra-based airline, which currently operates regional flights to Lagos, Nigeria is looking to bring in more equipment and increase its offering to the populous West African country. Captain Samuel Thompson, Chief […]

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Battle for West Africa: South Africa Airlines Leads Ethiopian Airline Using Accra as Hub

By Ikechi Uko The news that the Ghana Government has granted South Africa Airways (SAA), the 5th Freedom Traffic Right to operate on the Accra-London route changes the Aviation landscape in West Africa. West Africa has a population of over 300 million People within 15 countries having over 40 Airports with the largest Economies in Africa. Yet there is no […]

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