High taxes killing aviation industry in Ghana

Airfares are likely to be reduced if the operation costs of airline companies are reduced. This is the verdict of Vice President, Africa of the International Air Transport Association, Raphael Kuuchi. According to him, Ghana’s aviation industry which he commends as a highly competitive one is however constrained with the continuous rise in production costs. Share our story:

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African Airlines to lose $100m On Airfares

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According to allafrica.com, African airlines are projected to make a loss of $100 million translating to a loss of $0,93 per passenger per seat on airfares that are expected to reduce by five percent this year. From a global perspective the aviation industry is expected to carry 3,8 billion passengers in 2016 and only 2,4 percent of that will go […]

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