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Ghana signs deal to buy six aircraft for new national airline

Aviation Minister, Kofi Addah signed the agreement

Government on Tuesday signed a deal with De Havilland Aircraft of Canada at the on-going Dubai Air Show to buy six Dash8-400 aircraft to start its national airline.

The plan to reestablish a national flag carrier has been in the works for some time now.

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The newly signed agreement by the Aviation Minister Joseph Kofi Addah is expected to enable the country operate a new national airline.

Following the signing of the agreement, issues of financing and others are expected to be finalized which will be presented to Cabinet for approval and then to Parliament.

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The new deal, signed by the Aviation Minister, Joseph Kofi Adda, is expected to boost Ghana’s dream of seeing to it that a new national airline hits the skies.

Source: citinewsroom.com