The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority will soon separate its function from the Air Navigation Service Provider.

Source: GNA - The country’s improved economy makes it a conducive place for the airline industry, says Mr. Philippe Saeys-Desmedt, Vice President, of the Africa and Global Cargo of Brussels Airlines.

“There is presently a high level of economic exchange between Ghana and the rest of the world, and that is good for airline business.”

Source: - Brussels Airlines is optimistic patronage of its flights to Ghana will see an increase. This follows the successful resumption of operations yesterday after the airline halted operations to Accra in 2012.

The company is confident the current market conditions in the aviation industry in particular, presents a fine opportunity for success.

Source: GNA - Nii Okai Koi Adjaidoo, Founder of DreamBrander has been adjudged the winner of the Ethiopian Airlines Global Logo competition.

The competition is part of the Airlines’ 70th Anniversary to design a logo for the celebrations.

Source: - Dozens of Africa World Airline passengers bound for Accra are stranded at the Tamale Airport as a result of what officials say is a technical challenge.

The flight was scheduled to leave the Tamale Airport at exactly 1:30PM Sunday but passengers were told by officials that they would have to wait a bit longer due to the challenge being faced with the aircraft.

Source: - Domestic Airlines are unhappy with ground handling services being provided by Ghana Airport Company Limited.

The airport Company Limited directed domestic airline operators to handover their ground handling operations at all airports to private companies Aviance Ghana Limited and AHS Menzies.

Source: - The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority has given domestic airline Starbow the green light to continue with its operations despite the recent accident involving one of its aircrafts in Tamale in the Northern region.

Source: - Engineers of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) have been dispatched to Tamale to ascertain the cause of the Tuesday morning crash landing, involving a Starbow Airline Flight S9110, which was en route from Accra to Tamale.

Source: - Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has visited the site where the Starbow plane crashed through the runway barrier at the Tamale Airport on Tuesday.

Passengers on the Starbow flight were disembarked hurriedly to safety after the flight, S9110, had an accident just when they touched down.

Source: - A Starbow flight embarked on a shaky landing at the Tamale Airport in the Northern region Tuesday morning.

"Flight S9110 which was en route from Accra to Tamale has been involved in a minor incident … and as a result Starbow’s BAe aircraft with registration number 9GSBB went through the barricade at the end of Tamale runway and stopped," an official statement from Starbow said.