The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), Ghana, has called on the government to fast-track the establishment of a base carrier and a local airline to fill the capacities in the various terminals at the airport
“These base carriers and local airlines could help to effectively
The Country Manager, Swissport Ghana,
Areas visited by the group included the cold room, bullion vault, scale
International flight traffic
Commenting on the newly completed terminal three at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), he said the airport’s capacity for passenger throughput would be increased by about five million.
But that could not be achieved if the Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) failed to be innovative and embark on aggressive marketing campaigns to attract new airlines and increase existing flight frequency to the country.
“This expansion should support the country’s ambition to transform its international airport into a gateway for at least the West Africa
Briefing the media after a tour of the various installations,
He also called on the management of Swissport to join CILT Ghana as a corporate member because of the opportunities that existed for the company.
For his part,
According to him, Swissport thrived on its core values of people, professionalism and partnership.
Even though he admitted that the company encountered challenges such as delay in export documentation, it was always doing its best to overcome them.