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Ghana: Baby Jet Airlines set to begin operations

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Ghana’s Aviation Ministry has said that newly launched airline, Baby Jet is set to begin commercial operations this month.

The airline owned by Ghanaian football star Asamoah Gyan has now met all the necessary requirements to enable it operate.

That means Ghana will soon have an additional domestic carrier operating in the capital Accra, offering inter city services.

Africa World Airline, Passion Air, Starbow Airline and Unity Airline are already operating in Ghana.

Ghana’s deputy Aviation Minister Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah says all is set for Baby Jet airline to begin operations.

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He told Africafeeds.com that Baby Jet airline has finished all required processes to begin serving passengers.

“They have finished with all processes and we are currently waiting for the airline to bring in their aircraft to test run and begin full operations.

This year we are going to embark on a lot of infrastructure works by looking at new operational areas that will bring more passengers and tourist”, Mensah said.

He adds that Ghana “should have five domestic carriers operating in the country by the end of December” this year.

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Source: Africafeeds.com

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