PassionAir, the homegrown aircraft with the biggest course network in Ghana, is set to begin four weeks after week trips between Accra’s Kotoka International Airport and the recently redesigned Sunyani Airport in the principal seven-day stretch of September.
The arranged booked trips by the homegrown aircraft administrator, which works Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 and Bombardier Dash 8 Q300 planes that can move 78 and 50 travelers separately, follow the kickoff of the air terminal to traffic after broad remodel and extension work at the office.
The executives of the carrier, during a visit to Wa to evaluate their tasks, draw in with movement specialists, and pay a functioning visit to the MP for the region, revealed that it is thinking about operationalizing the Accra-Kumasi-Wa-Kumasi-Accra course, as well as the Accra-Tamale-Wa-Tamale-Accra administration.
The group, driven by the Accountable Manager of PassionAir, Mr. Edward Annan, paid a kind approach to the Upper West Regional Minister, Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih, and connected with movement specialists in the locale.
Different individuals from the group incorporate Managing Director, Samuel ATO Hagan; Chief Operating Officer, Duncan Sambu; Human Resource Manager, Rebecca Ruttmern; and Sales Supervisor, Munirah Yussif.
PassionAir as of now works every day departure from Accra’s Kotoka International Airport to Kumasi, Tamale. Takoradi and Wa. PassionAir additionally works sanction administrations inside Ghana and the West Africa Sub-area.