Few years back, Ghana Airways Limited was extremely known far and wide, as one of only a handful of airlines with superb services.
For some reasons, the outfit which officially commenced business in July 1958, stopped operations in 2004.
Numerous people were stunned, especially travelers who for one explanation or the other, thought the airline was their top choice.
There were a few conversations around the non activity of the aviation routes. The issue produced loads of conversations, surrounded with political connections and so forth, as Ghanaians also shared their thoughts on the issue.
With its working base in Kotoka International Airport, the national airline of the Republic of Ghana, has an armada size of two and four destinations.
The airline confronted numerous challenges during its dynamic years, prior to collapsing. After several years of inactivity, the airline has had the option to ricochet back, kind courtesy the Government of Ghana.
The airline has since the beginning of this current year (2020) been operational in partnership with Egyptair.
In 2020, the Government of Ghana announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with EgyptAir to restart Ghana Airways.
The carrier will rehire former Ghana Airways staff and will at first beginning with one McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and one McDonnell Douglas DC-9 airplane, prior to taking conveyance of 3 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobbey was delegated as the Chairman of the new airline, while technical support will be given by Egyptair and Boeing.
As of now, there are two carriers that fly within Ghana. Both of these airlines are Ghanian and offer trips to most destinations within the country.