Ghana’s leading carrier, Africa World Airlines (AWA), set to commence international flight operations to Lagos and Abuja, in Nigeria and other West African countries it operates to, following the ease of global travel restrictions by most countries.
The airline in a statement said it will be operating five (5) times weekly service to Lagos and four (4) times weekly service to Abuja the nation’s capital from September 11th and September 12th 2020 respectively.
AWA said all passengers planning to fly with the airline must observe the COVID-19 protocol of the airline before embarking on any flight.
It said: “Africa World Airlines is delighted to resume international flights between Accra and the following destinations per the below schedule:
Lagos – 5 weekly from 11SEP20
Abuja – 4 weekly from 12SEP20
Freetown – 3 weekly from 13SEP20
Monrovia – 3 weekly from 13SEP20
Abidjan – 4 weekly from 15SEP20
“All passengers on AWA international flights MUST be in possession of a negative PCR test result report dated no more than 72 hours prior to scheduled departure of their first flight. Passengers must wear a face mask at all times while in the airport and on board the aircraft.”
(1) Passengers must wear a face mask at all times while in the airport and on board the aircraft
(2)Passengers will be subject to screening for COVID-19 symptoms prior to boarding, including thermal screening
(3) Passengers must be in possession of a negative PCR test result report taken within the 72 hours prior to scheduled departure of the first flight (electronic or hard copy format is acceptable – but it must clearly provide the identity of the person tested)
(4) Hand luggage is strictly limited to one piece weighing no more than 5 kgs
(5) Passengers should be in possession of personal hand sanitizer in containers not to exceed 100ml
(6) No external food or drink may be brought on board or consumed on board