Ghana's national carrier stopped operating in 2010 © Alec Wilson
Ghana's national carrier stopped operating in 2010 © Alec Wilson

Ghana plans to relaunch national airline

12 December 2019

Ghana has announced plans to relaunch its national airline by purchasing nine aircraft from Boeing and De Havilland and setting up new international routes.

The government signed an MoU at the Dubai Air Show to buy three Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners with a list price value of $877.5m, according to the state-owned Daily Graphic.

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