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Air Mauritius to help Ghana launch national carrier

Posted 6 September 2017 · Add Comment

Air Mauritius and Fly Safe Ghana have signed an MOU at the headquarters of the Mauritian carrier in the presence of the chairman of Air Mauritius Arjoon Suddhoo, the new DG Somas Appavou and Cecilia Abena Dapaah the Minister of Aviation of Ghana.

Fly Safe Ghana has been set up for the creation of a national company for the country.
With its 50 years’ experience and expertise of global standard, Air Mauritius, will help Ghana relaunch a national airline to deploy a domestic, regional and international network.
Ghana Airways was liquidated in 2005 and Ghana International Airlines in 2010.
The Ghanaian government is looking for a win-win partnership in the air transport sector. Ideally situated, the country wants to become a hub for Western Africa.
 

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