McDan To launch Commercial Private Services With 3 Jets

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of McDan Group of Companies, Daniel McKorley

McDan Commercial Private Jet Services which is set to start operations in January 2022, has announced its availability to offer employment to more than 400 Ghanaians.

The Company will launch the Commercial Private Jet Services with 3 Jets and a Helicopter while plans would be made for the expansion of the Bombardier, Chaligerer, BV Jet, and Helicopters to offer Air-rescue vehicle Medical and homegrown tourism.

As per the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of McDan Group of Companies, Daniel McKorley, Ghana is opening up to the world, hence the need to set one more standard in a business where businessmen and women would have the chance to work easily, by traveling safely.

He said the Private Jet business is a Fixed Based Operation (FBO) where any individual who can bear can stroll in, ask for a flight, pay, and any remaining services from the spot of home to their destination and back are dealt with by the Company.

Any private jet coming to Ghana has to pass through this terminal,” he said.

McDan additionally referenced that the flights have the ability to make a trip to anyplace in the world, adding that security is superbly guaranteed with the SOP courses of action finished and the Ghana Airport Company and Aviation Authority finishing works as far as security is concerned.

The McDan Aviation owned by the CEO of the McDan Group of Companies, Mr Daniel McKorley, procured the Airport Terminal 1 through a rent agreement for the personal luxury planes business.

It got a permit to start operations in 2019 as Ghana’s originally fixed-base operator (FBO). Per the FBO, McDan Aviation presently provides food for the full ground handling services at KIA T1.

This includes general aviation operations, aircraft service operations, aircraft airframe and engine repairs (maintenance), and aircraft rentals.

The facility boasts of VIP lounge, a crew lounge, and a flight planning office, as well as conference facilities and a hangar.

Passengers and crew can complete customs and immigration procedures in the same building, which also features a restaurant that can provide in-flight catering.

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