With the aim of giving opportunity to people who live in Lagos and work in Accra and vice versa, Africa World Airline (AWA) is set to start a midnight flight from Accra to Lagos before December this year.
According to Africa World Airline, the flight will take off at 12 midnight in Accra to Lagos and 6am the next morning from Lagos to Accra.
Victoria Takyi, marketing manager of Africa World Airline announced this at a refresher training for AWA agents in the Northern and Upper East regions.
The midnight flight introduction, she said, is as a result of AWA’s aim of being Africa’s number one airline.
Victoria Takyi speaking to Journalist, revealed that AWA would commence flight from Accra to WA on the 15th of October 2019.
The flight from Accra to WA would run three times in a week (Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays), she said.
Africa World Airline Limited (AWA) is a Ghanaian registered private-sector company which has been in operations for 5 years now. It was formed with the sole vision of making air travel the best option for majority of travelers within the markets in which we operate.
Africa World Airline was incorporated on November 15, 2010 and received its Air Carrier License (ACL) from Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in March 2011 with its first flight on the 21st of September 2012.
In related evelopement, the Ministry of Aviation has announced that the Wa Regional Airport would be opened for commercial flights on October 15, 2019.