Ghana’s leading carrier, Africa World Airlines (AWA), is set to increase its domestic services to Kumasi and Tamale from the 7th of May 2020.
The airline commenced flight operations in the country following the easing of the lockdown imposed on economic activities by the government to stem the spread of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic.
AWA in a statement said it will be introducing a second daily flight from Accra to both Kumasi and Tamale.
The additional services according to the airline will allow business travelers to make a same day return trip in these key domestic markets, ensuring that they can spend the night safely back at home.
It said the flight “Depart from Accra to Kumasi at 930am or 310pm, and from Accra to Tamale at 9am or 220pm. Departures from Kumasi are at 1050am and 420pm, and from Tamale at 1040am and 4pm.”
“AWA is proud to have implemented industry leading protocols to ensure that all our passengers, staff and crew can “Fly Safe, Fly Confident!” on every AWA flight.”
Ghana based Africa carrier had since launched a broad based Covid19 safety Policy which includes Seat Spacing and Hand Sanitizers.
Africa World Airlines had informed all passengers traveling domestically within Ghana that as per regulation, they must be in possession of a face mask that meets Ghana Health Service standards, as well as a personal container of hand sanitizer.
No food or drink will be permitted for consumption during the flight, and passengers will be required to remain in their assigned seats at all times. No passengers (other than children below 12) will be seated immediately next to each other in order to maintain social distancing.