GHANA’S LONG PROMISED SECOND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT UNDERWAY

AFTER years of promises, the Ghanaian government, with some help from Brazil, is ready to make good on its pledge to equip Ghana with a second international airport. Construction under the government's USD174 million plan to upgrade Tamale Airport, in northern Ghana, to enable it to better handle the international traffic for which it was designated in 2008, should begin this summer, according to Bernard Nyavor, the passengers director of Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport (KIA), in the capital Accra. Speaking to Jane’s Airport Review, he said: “Tamale ...


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