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AWA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Africa World Airlines, a company based in Accra, Ghana. The Africa World Airlines turnstile is at Kotoka International Airport in Accra. Founded in 2010 between Hainan Airlines, China-Africa Development Fund, SSNIT and SAS Finance Group. World Airlines serves Monrovia, Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi as well as Tamale and Lagos.
Africa World Airlines (AWA) was named "Domestic Airline of the Year" for 2015 in July 2016. The event took place as part of the Aviation Awards in Accra. It is the second consecutive year that the airline has won an accolade, having already won Domestic Airlines 2014 at last year's 2008 edition of the US Tourism Awards, twice in a row. Domestic Airlines is the winner of the Domestic Airlines 2014 series.
The Africa World Airlines(AW,Accra) plans to addEMB-190 equipment to its aircraft during 2018. Richard Kyereh, Head of Commercial of the airline Ghana, told gh-aviation that a couple of AmbraerRegional jets would complement their current portfolio of aircraft, consisting of aircraft from six ERJ-145LIs. Africa World Airlines, a subsidiary ofHainan Airlines(HU,Haikou) of theHNA Group, operates regular services to Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamalein Ghana as well as Abuja and Lagosin Nigeria and Monrovia Robertsin Liberia.
At the beginning of this week, Air Minister Cecelia Dapaah said that the airline was one of three airlines currently holding intensive discussions with the federal authorities about the planned new airline. Air Mauritius(MK,Mauritius), with whom Dappah entered into a twinning contract at the beginning of the year, and the ubiquitous Ethiopian airline ET(ET,Addis Ababa) are also participating. On Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, the airline offers a three times a week flight from Kotoka International Airport in Accra to Monrovia Liberia.
Richard Kyereh, Head of Commercial for Africa World Air, told Joy Business that the new itinerary is part of the airline's growth objectives as they join the International Air Travel Association. Meanwhile, according to airline officers, Accra-Monrovia-Accra flight schedules will start at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and will be arriving in Monrovia at 13:30 p.m.
Departure from Monrovia at 14:10 and arrival at Accra at 16:10. Passengers on the Accra - Monrovia service will commence their first flights on 12 December 2017. AWA is a privately owned airline incorporated in Ghana and has been in operation for almost 5 years.
The company was founded with the single aim of making aviation the best choice for the vast majority of travellers in the countries in which it does business. World Airlines flies to three Ghanaian cities: Accra, Kumasi, Tamale and Takoradi as well as Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria.
The airline is soon to extend its activities to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Côte d'Ivoire. Africa World Airlines Travel Agencies have made a donation of Black Loopers Ticket to three Black Loopers international ping-pong teams to secure their attendance at the Lagos International Open for Lagos, Nigeria, August 9-13.
Beatrice Gyasi of the Ghanaian police and immigration service Felix Lartey and Emmanuel Commey handed over three airline ticket to the airline at a brief reception in Accra last night. Ghana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) President Mawuko Afadzinu expressed his gratitude to Africa World Airlines and noted that it could not be supported at an appropriate moment as the game was experiencing a revival during his term.
On Monday, June 26, 2017, Africa World Airlines (AWA) completed its debut from Accra to Abuja, a trip that its senior executives described as an important landmark in achieving its objective of linking West Africa. Captain Kwesi Oteng, one of the pilot planes that flown the plane, told reporters upon arriving at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja that their dependability and unsurpassed security standard would enable them to extend their service to Lagos, which flies five flights a day, thrice a week.
Said that a similar schedule is being drawn up for the Abuja surgery, but at the present time it is being carried out every day. He said AWA plans to further develop its itinerary by saying it testifies to its founder's vision of offering "affordable, dependable and secure transportation for all within the sub-region".
"Ghana is ready to work with all Nigerian carriers to enable them to take part in our home market," he said at the launch of AWA's first Abuja outing. "Therefore, we take this chance to ask you to make an investment while you are in Nigeria, as a big brothers also wants to make an investment in Ghana," he added.
The Nigerian Minister of Aviation, Deputy Director of Air Traffic Management for the Nigerian Ministry of Transport, Greggory Taiwo, said on Nigeria's Ministry of Transport, AWA's move would help reinforce Ghana's and Nigeria's economic relations. The Accra-Abuja AWA service provides one weekly service per day.