Category archives for: Aviation

Outbreak of New Coronavirus: Ghana to Screen Passengers from China

January 22, 2020//-Ghana today announced that all passengers from China entering the country through the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) will undergo enhanced screening and surveillance to prevent the spread of the new Coronavirus.

Law Group Leads Market Entry of Turkish Airlines in Equatorial Guinea

Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, January 20, 2020/ — Pan-African law firm Centurion Law Group, leads the entry of Turkish Airlines into Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.

Ghana: ADI Backs Calls for Construction of First Class Airport in Cape Coast

Accra, Ghana, January 17, 2020//-With the hike in the economic activities in the Central Region, the Alliance for Development and Industrialization, (ADI), has added it’s voice to the traditional leaders for the construction of a first class airport in Cape Coast.

It Is Official! US lifts VISA Restrictions on Ghana

Accra, Ghana, January 16, 2020//-The United States of America today announced the lifting of its visa restrictions imposed on Ghana in February, last year.

2019 Most Expensive Airline Strikes Unveiled

January 16, 2020//-Passing year has been another year fraught with strikes, costing the aviation industry billions.

Goldstar Air to Name Aircraft After Chief Imam, Akufo-Addo, Mahama, Kufuor, Rawlings

Accra, Ghana, January 15, 2020//-The only wholly Ghanaian-owned airline operating in the country, Goldstar Air, has revealed plans to name its maintenance base (hangar) after the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr Alhaji Nuhu Sharabutu.

U.S – Iran Tension: Ghana and Africa Must Call for Calm

Accra, Ghana, January 13, 2020//-The MUYAD Social Services (MSS) is with a heavy heart calling for calm and resort to diplomatic and political interventions in resolving whatever differences between the two arch rival countries following the U.S airstrikes that killed Iran’s top military general and subsequently, Iran’s missiles attack on two U.S airspace bases in […]

Canada Makes Favourable Changes in Passengers’ Rights Regulations

A new legal act, Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPR, SOR/2019-150), became effective in Canada on 15 December, 2019.

Asia Dominates When it Comes to Passport Power in 2020

January 8, 2019//-Asian countries have firmly established their lead on the Henley Passport Index, the original ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa.

Ghana: Kantanka Unveils Luxurious Mini Aeroplane-like Vehicle

Accra, Ghana, December 30, 2019//-Ghanaian vehicle manufacturing company Kantanka Ltd has unveiled what it describes as one of its luxury vehicles, a 40 feet-length mini aeroplane size vehicle.

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