Gov’t seeks to make Kotoka International Airport aviation hub – Julius Debrah

Government says the massive infrastructural expansion at the Kotoka International Airport is to make it an aviation hub in West Africa.

The Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah said this at a meeting at the Flagstaff House in Accra, with the new Regional Director of American Airlines in-charge of Africa, Asia and part of Europe, Mark Denis

Mr. Denis, who is visiting Ghana for the first time, said he was impressed with development at the Kotoka International Airport.

He described the American Airlines as a community that brings people together.

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