To and from the airport


Kotoka International Airport (IATA: ACC)

An international airport in Accra, the capital of Ghana. The airport is operated by Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL), which has its offices on the airport property.

In 2014, the airport saw 2.547 million passengers. It presently serves as a hub for domestic and regional operator Africa World Airlines. It is the sole international airport in Ghana.
The airport consists of two passenger terminals, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. Terminal 2 serves only domestic flights, while Terminal 3 serves regional, international and long-haul operators.

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (IATA: ABV)

An international airport serving Abuja, in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. It is the main airport serving the Nigerian capital city and was named after Nigeria’s first President, Nnamdi Azikiwe. The airport is approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) south-west of Abuja, and has an international and a domestic terminal that share its single runway.

Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) (IATA: LOS)

An international airport located in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria, and is the major airport serving the entire state.

The airport was initially built during World War II and is named after Murtala Muhammed.

Freetown International Airport (IATA: FNA)

Locally known as Lungi International Airport, is an international airport located in the coastal town of Lungi, Sierra Leone. It is the only international airport in Sierra Leone. The Sierra Leone River separates Lungi International Airport from Freetown, the nation’s capital city.

The airport is operated by the Sierra Leone Airports Authority.

Roberts International Airport (IATA: ROB)

Informally also known as Robertsfield, is an international airport in the West African nation of Liberia. Located near the town of Harbel in Margibi County, the single runway airport is about 35 miles (56 km) outside of the nation’s capital of Monrovia, and as an origin and destination point is referred to as “Monrovia” and locally is often referred to simply as “RIA.”

The airport is named in honor of Joseph Jenkins Roberts, the first President of Liberia.

Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport (IATA: ABJ)

Also known as Port Bouët Airport, is located 16 km (9 nmi; 10 mi) south east of Abidjan, Ivory Coast. It is the largest airport in the country for air traffic. The airport is the main hub of the national airline Air Côte d’Ivoire.

Named after the first president of Ivory Coast, Félix Houphouët-Boigny, this international airport is directly connected currently to five different airports in Europe, to New York–JFK, and to many destinations within the rest of Africa and the Middle East. Usually, the airport is served by over 20 airlines, covering more than 36 destinations.

Kumasi Airport (IATA: KMS)

A national airport in Ghana serving Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. Kumasi International Airport is located 6 kilometers (4 mi) from Kumasi. It was changed from a military base into an airport in 1999.

The airport was closed for a week in September – October 2012 to allow resurfacing of the tarmac. The current traffic at the airport stands at 42,000 a month.

Tamale Airport (IATA: TML)

An airport serving Tamale, a town in the Northern Region of Ghana. The landing strip was acquired at Nyohene, some two miles west of Tamale.

Initially the Airport was manned by the Air force and used for strategic activities during the regime of Dr. Nkrumah.

Wa Airport (IATA: WZA)

An airstrip serving Wa, a city in the Upper West Region of Ghana which is also its capital. The land was acquired by the Government in the year 1958. The airport opened to scheduled commercial flight operations on 15 October 2019 with service by Africa World Airlines from Accra via Tamale using an Embraer 145 regional jet.

Takoradi Airport (IATA: TKD)

An airport in Sekondi-Takoradi, a city and capital of Western Region southern Ghana.

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