The Minister of Aviation,
Mr Kofi Adda, has announced the government’s intention to float shares in the soon to be established national carrier, on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) .
He said while the government had not decided its percentage of shares in the carrier, it was looking at between 10 and 15
“I think a good idea is to float some of those shares on the GSE, where you and I can buy and we’ll also own it,” he said.
He explained that a board with the representation
“It won’t be the
“We want to be the top sector in the region, we want to maintain our lead in terms of civil aviation; we want the professionalism and efficiency from the airport management,” he said.
He added that ensuring efficiency will make Ghana’s aviation sector competitive and attractive.
He commended the GACL after the tour of the T3 facility, saying it was top-class comparable to any in the world, with the appropriate signs to help passengers find whatever services they needed, and urged those who would use it to help maintain it.
The Managing Director of the GACL,
New terminal begins operations
Departure flights from the Terminal began on Monday, September 3,
Prior to that,
“So far, all our systems have worked as we had expected and we are confident that come the 15th of this