Ghana Airways Limited was the national airline of the Republic of Ghana with its main base of operation, and hub, at Kotoka International Airport in Accra.
The airline ceased operations in 2004, but was to be revived during 2010 as a partnership between the government of Ghana and Arik Air of Nigeria.
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... On 24 April 1969, Douglas C-47A 9G-AAF crashed on approach to Takoradi Airport, Ghana, killing one passenger of the 33 passengers and crew ...
... On July 4, 1958, the Ghanaian government established Ghana Airways to replace the operations of the West African Airways Corporation within Ghana and ... By the mid-1990s, Ghana Airways operated international scheduled passenger and cargo service to numerous European, Middle Eastern, and African destinations, including ... As a result of persistent management and financial problems, Ghana Airways ceased all operations and entered into liquidation in 2004 ...
... BOAC (and later British Airways) obtained higher load factors with the VC10 than with the 707 or indeed any other aircraft of its fleets ... Ghana Airways ordered three VC10s in January 1961 two to be fitted with a cargo door, known as Type 1102s ... Ghana Airways leased one aircraft to Tayaran Assharq Alawsat (Middle East Airlines MEA), destroyed at Beirut during an Israeli raid in December 1968 ...
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