Source: - The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority will by end of the year publish a directive to make domestic air travel accessible to the disabled.

The directive will, among other things, demand that within a year, all local airlines purchase larger aircrafts with flexible seats to cater for the physically challenged.

Source: B&FT Ghana - The taxes in the cost build-up of aviation fuel sold in the country makes it the most uncompetitive in the sub-region, and this needs to be reviewed, Charles Asare, Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company, has said.

The Wa Airport is to be completed for commercial passenger operations next year, said Finance Minister Seth Terkper at his presentation of the 2016 Budget and Economic Policy of government delivered to Parliament last week.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) has taken delivery of two Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) machines for use at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra.

After being neglected since 1995 as a modern airport, the Bolgatanga Airport which according to many would transform the Upper East Region when completed has been abandoned after attempts by previous governments to rehabilitate it.
President John Dramani Mahama in 2013 visited the site and promised to work on it.

Source: B&FT Ghana - The commencement of passenger operations by Royal Fly GH airline is expected to drive down air-fares, as passengers complain about rising ticket prices.

With two domestic airlines-- Starbow and Africa World Airlines (AWA) -- operating flights from Accra to Takoradi, Kumasi, Sunyani and Tamale, a one-way ticket between Accra and Kumasi for instance costs about GH¢300. Air-fares between Accra and Tamale now cost about GH¢450.

Source: GNA - Ghana is in talks with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government to see how best the latter could help revive Ghana's national airline, Mr Daniel Osei, Ghana’s Consul General in the UAE has said

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana / 03.11.2015 - Brussels airlines, a member of the Lufthansa Group, says there are prospects and opportunities in Ghana to grow its business and stay for the long haul.
The Belgian flag carrier, which started operations into Accra again on Monday after it suspended same in 2013 for group strategic reasons, believes