Ghana’s leading carrier, Africa World Airlines (AWA), has increased flights between Accra and Lagos to 11 weekly times weekly following an increase in flight quota announced by Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority.
The airline in a statement said from 6 October, passengers will chance to choose flights between West Africa’s two largest economic centers, with a choice of both morning and evening departures on Mon/Thu/Fri/Sun and single flights on Tue/Wed/Sat.
“Our convenient schedules also offer swift and hassle-free connections between Lagos and Freetown, Monrovia or Abidjan via our hub at Accra’s state of the art Terminal 3.”
“All AWA flights operate with the highest safety standards including industry-leading enhanced biosecurity protocols. When you choose AWA, you can be assured that you will “Fly Safe, Fly Confident!”