American multinational corporation, Boeing has announced its plans to build up an office in Ghana to service planes in the sub-Saharan district and Africa all in all. The outfit has just drawn in Ghana on plans to set up in the country.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) Yofi Grant has confirmed the plans of Boeing to set up an office in the West African nation.
Setting up its office in Ghana won’t serve the country alone but Boeing will also service planes in the sub-locale and furthermore in Africa. This is part of the various moves by foreign organizations to have their feet in the country.
In November 2019, Ghana announced its intention to re-launch a carrier beginning with 787-9 Dreamliners. The country signed a memorandum of understanding at the Dubai Air Show covering three of the planes esteemed at $877.5 million according to list prices.
Plans set up by the two players required the carrier to dispatch activities in the first quarter of 2020 and take its initial three planes straightforwardly from Boeing.
Since there is a growing interest for air travel to and from Ghana, the advanced 787-9 Dreamliner will also serve international destinations later on.
The carrier which will be situated in Accra, would be a vital center that will serves urban areas across West Africa. Future courses would include destinations for Europe, North America, and Asia and the drawn out arrangement is to open the airline to private investment and operations.
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Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, United States, the corporation was founded in July 1916 with auxiliaries which includes: Boeing Commercial Airplanes, United Launch Alliance, Aviall Inc., Jeppesen, and many others.