Netizens were left all confused after seeing a post of of the then Ghana Airways on Twitter. The post was made by George Addo Jnr and he captioned it "Just saw this!!!". With his caption, some twitter fans actually thought it was a new for Ghana but to their surprise it was the picture of the old one during the 90s.
In 1958 the government of Ghana founded Ghana Airways with an estimated amount £400,000 as seed capital to run the state company. At the end of its first year of operation, the company made a net profit of US$28,000. Things were moving on quite well until the company ceased operations in December 2015. Even before that, Ghana Airways had received several hits from the international community, including the United State of America who banned the airline from operating in and out of their country due to issue
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Akufo-Addo Fulfils Another Campaign Promise As He Hands Over 5 Aircrafts To Aviation Sector Tomorrow
President Akufo-Addo is expected to handover 5 Aircrafts to the Aviation Ministry Tomorrow in an attempt to reviving Ghana's Aviation sector. The National Carreer, Ghana Airways has been dormant in the past years as there was no support for it. As part of efforts to revive the sector, President Akufo-Addo is scheduled to Commission and hanover 5 brand new Aircrafts to the Aviation Ministry Tomorrow to enable it begin operations again. This is yet another promise to be fulfilled by by President Akufo-Addo ahead
Ghana has gone so far from the day of independence.Ghana is now 64yrs counting from the year of independence, 1957.Before independence, Ghana went through a lot from their colonial masters.
Ghana Airways is about to be revived, as the president is expected to handover 5 aeroplanes to them.
If you are to be asked, what is the state of the Ghana Airways, what would you say? But don't worry of answering, whether it is dead or not. Because, the company is about to receive a great boost as the president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo is expected to handover 5 new aeroplanes to the Ghana Airways Company tomorrow, through the aviation ministry. Don't you think the released of the 5 aeroplanes to the Aviation Ministry for the Ghana Airways Company will compete with
Before 31st December 1981, all these state industries since independence were operating in Ghana. Pomadze Tomato Factory, Asutsuare Sugar Factory, Meat Marketing Board, Kumasi Jute Factory, Ghana Airways, Tema Sanyo, Black Star Line Shipping with 15 ships, Ghana Films, Ghana Food Distribution Corporation, State Fishing Corporation, State Construction Corporation, Omnibus Service Authority, State Transport Corporation, Ghana Match Factory, GIHOC Industries, State Hotels, Aboso Glass Factory, Tomato Processing
The Ghana Airways has it seemed to be had been out of scene for a couple of years and rumours where being heard about it being shut down or sold. Being the national airline of the Republic of Ghana, Ghana airline ceased operations in 2004, but has been revived this year in partnership with Egypt air. Truly, the Addo Danquah government is moving Ghana to a next level. Reviving an operation that has being ceased for over 16 years is more than more than. Precisely in July 2004, the Ghanaian airline was banned from
This existing airport, Kotoka International Airport, was originally a military airport used by the British Royal Force during World War II in 1946. The facility was handed over to civilian authority after a successful pull-out by the military. In response to globalization and the growing demand for air travel at the time, a development project was launched to reconfigure the structure in to a terminal building in 1956. The completion of the project set the stage for Ghana Airways to use the Airport as it base