Accra, Feb. 19- Mrs Dzifa Attivor, Minister of Transport, appealed to players in the corporate sector, to support the organisation of the first ever African Air Expo.
Takoradi, May 8 – A helicopter operated by Volta River Aviation with call sign Tuhaa, en route to the oil rig ‘Jack Ryag’, crashed into the sea near one of the oil rigs at Cape Three Points.
Accra, May 9 – Air Commodore Victor Kwame Mamphey, Director General of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) confirmed to the GNA that he has tendered his resignation to
Accra, June 23 – KIA Terminal Two Arrival expansion begins. The Ghana Airport Company Limited began work the Terminal Two Arrival Hall Expansion Project.
Accra, Aug. 3 – The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority, regulator of the aviation industry in Ghana, said it had not banned any airline from flying to the Kotoka International Airport due to Ebola.
Accra, Aug. 4 – The Ghana Airports Company Limited said it had returned to profit on the back of improved revenues and effective cost management, having recorded a net profit of GH? 19.1 million for the year ending December, 2013. The company?s fortunes are up from a
Accra, Oct 22- The Ghana Air Traffic Controls Association marked the International Day of the air traffic control by opening up its facilities to the public.
The day, which is marked worldwide on October 20th, is aimed at opening up that aspect of air travel to the public in order to educate and create awareness about the work of air traffic controllers.
Accra, Oct. 29 – A Takoradi-bound aircraft of Starbow Airlines, was forced to make an emergency landing at the Kotoka International Airport, due to the loss of hydraulic pressure in its right undercarriage.