- Ghana Airports Company Limited has announced that commercial flights to Ho would commence during the Easter holidays
- The fare is cut at GH¢99.00 for a one way flight on a twice per week schedule
- The Africa World Airlines (AWA) would be providing the flight services
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Ghana's aviation sector is steadily expanding to other regions as the Ho Airport which was completed in 2016 would soon be opened to business in April 2021.
The Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) has announced that the commercial flights to Ho would commence during the Easter holidays.
The opening of this airport is going to go a long way in easing the stress of travelers having to sit in buses for close to three hours just to reach their destination.
Fortunately for those who would patronise these flights, insead of the three hours journey, that get to make it to Ho in just 30minutes by air.
In a report filed by the Ghana News Agency, GNA, the Head of Business Development Services of the GACL, Madam Amma Faake Gadzekpo said the facility had long been ready.
According to her, the GACL wanted the right opportunity and timing to fully hit the ground running.
Speaking at a stakeholder engagement on tourism, she said an increase in tourism, and business activities in the Region is likely to make the Ho route one of the “best” in the country.
According to her, it is for the ease of travel and affordability that the route was developed.
In view of this, the Africa World Airlines (AWA), which is providing the flight services, announced a twice-per-week flight schedule to the airport, at GH¢99.00 for a one way.
The $25 million Ho Airport was completed in 2016 as a 100-passenger facility, which holds two medium-sized aircrafts at a time.
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The court unanimously held that the petition hearing is time-bound, and that it cannot grant the application for interrogatories.
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