Ghana's air base, in the coming days, will experience massive business boom as RewindAir announces new plans to boost its flight to Accra with an increases in air service.
The youngest fleet on the continent, RwandAir made the announcement after taking delivery of two brand new Airbus A330 aircraft and two new Boeing B737-800NGs having arrived in Kigali, according to Eturbo news.
The airline is expecting to significantly raise the number of destinations across Southern and West Africa to help fill the long haul flights to Mumbai and Guangzhou.
The Ghana capital will be the airlines most busiest rout to other part of Africa, information from authorities suggests.
Despite its plans to launch Harare flight in January 2017 RwandAir will increase Flights to Accra from presently 6 per week to daily, and three of these flights will be nonstop.
Effective October 2 the airline will fly three times a week via Accra to Abidjan, every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, using a B737-800NG for the service.
However, the present Accra flights via Lagos will be reduces from present 6 per week to 4 per week, operating on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, while Lagos will then be served daily too, also using a Boeing B737-800NG.
Ghana's Kotoka International Airport is one of West Africa’s main air transport hubs and has the capacity for large aircraft like the Boeing 747-8.
By Abdul Malik/ghanaguardian.com