10th June 2020
Africa World Airlines is pleased to announce a further increase in domestic flights, with up to 4 daily return flights each to Kumasi and Tamale from Accra starting on 13JUN20, in addition to twice weekly flights to Takoradi.
The additional flights will ensure that people with essential travel needs can choose between a range of flight timings throughout the day to best complement their business schedules. Convenient connecting flights via Accra are also available between all domestic points.
21st May 2020
Africa World Airlines is pleased to announce a resumption of flights to Takoradi from 28MAY20. The services will initially operate between Accra and Takoradi on Mondays and Thursdays at mid-day.
Flights will depart from Accra to Takoradi at 1210pm, and from Takoradi to Accra at 120pm.
The timings are designed to offer convenient two-way immediate connections between Takoradi and both Kumasi and Tamale, as part of our commitment to provide essential transportation links between all the communities we serve. AWA continues to serve Kumasi and Tamale with up to 3 daily flights each.
5th May 2020
Africa World Airlines is pleased to announce an increase in domestic services effective 07MAY20 with the introduction of a second daily flight from Accra to both Kumasi and Tamale.
The additional services will allow business travelers to make a same day return trip in these key domestic markets, ensuring that they can spend the night safely back at home.
Depart from Accra to Kumasi at 930am or 310pm, and from Accra to Tamale at 9am or 220pm. Departures from Kumasi are at 1050am and 420pm, and from Tamale at 1040am and 4pm.
AWA is proud to have implemented industry leading protocols to ensure that all our passengers, staff and crew can “Fly Safe, Fly Confident!” on every AWA flight.
29th April 2020
Africa World Airlines wishes to remind all passengers traveling domestically within Ghana that as per regulation, they must be in possession of a face mask that meets Ghana Health Service standards, as well as a personal container of hand sanitizer. No food or drink will be permitted for consumption during the flight, and passengers will be required to remain in their assigned seats at all times. No passengers (other than children below 12) will be seated immediately next to each other in order to maintain social distancing. All baggage checked in will be subject to a disinfection process.
19th April 2020
Africa World Airlines is pleased to announce the resumption of limited domestic scheduled flight service with effect from Tuesday 21APR20. AWA will initially operate one daily round trip flight each from Accra to Kumasi and Tamale. Additional destinations and frequencies will be announced in due course. Please visit www.flyafricaworld.com or call 0800 200 200 to check fares and schedules, and to book tickets.
These flights will operate with the highest levels of safety protocols, which will include mandatory thermal screening and hand sanitization for all passengers and staff. Furthermore, all passengers will be required to wear their own nose covering (either a face mask or a scarf/cloth covering) during the flight, and will be seated so that no passenger other than a child below 12 years is placed in an adjacent seat. Passengers unable to comply with these requirements will be denied travel.
April 12th 2020
Pursuant to the extension of movement restrictions by the Government of Ghana, all Africa World Airlines scheduled flights remain suspended until at least 19APR20. We intend to resume domestic operations once the appropriate authorities permit this. In the meanwhile we urge all Ghanaians to follow the guidance of the health service and to remain safe. #flyAWA #FlySafeFlyConfident
April 4th 2020
Further to the extension of border closures by the Government of Ghana, all AWA regional flights will remain suspended until 19APR20.
March 28th 2020
Pursuant to the movement restrictions imposed by HE The President of Ghana, Africa World Airlines will not operate any scheduled passenger flights between the dates of 30MAR20 and 13APR20.
We intend to resume normal flight operations upon the lifting of the movement restrictions. In the meanwhile, we urge all Ghanaians to follow the necessary protocols to ensure their personal safety as well as the safety of the entire community.
March 22nd 2020
Further to the instructions issued by HE The President of Ghana, all borders of the Republic of Ghana are closed to human traffic for two weeks commencing at midnight on 22MAR20.
Accordingly, Africa World Airlines will suspend all international flights scheduled to operate from 23MAR20 onward. The last flights between Accra and Lagos, Abuja, Freetown and Monrovia are planned to operate on Sunday 22MAR20.
ALL PASSENGERS ARRIVING IN GHANA ON THESE FLIGHTS WILL BE SUBJECT TO MANDATORY QUARANTINE AND TESTING BY PORT HEALTH AUTHORITIES.
AWA intends to continue operating domestic flights from Accra to Kumasi, Tamale, Takoradi and Wa. We recognise that we have a special responsibility to maintain connectivity between the communities we serve. We will endeavour to ensure that an adequate level of service is maintained for those who have essential travel needs in all our markets as long as this remains feasible.
Rest assured that if you choose to travel with AWA, you can “Fly safe, fly confident!”
March 21st 2020
Pursuant to the instructions issued by Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, Africa World Airlines will suspend our flights to Lagos and Abuja after 23MAR20.
The last flights to both destinations will operate on Monday 23MAR20. AWA will ensure that sufficient seats are available for Ghanaians wishing to return to Accra prior to the suspension.
Passengers on cancelled flights will receive notification of the cancellation via their original booking channel. AWA intends to continue operating flights from Accra to Kumasi, Tamale, Takoradi, Wa, and Monrovia at this time. Rest assured that if you choose to travel with AWA, you can “Fly safe, fly confident!”
March 19th 2020
Further to the instructions issued by the Government of Cote D’Ivoire and the Government of Sierra Leone, Africa World Airlines will be suspending operations to Abidjan and Freetown with effect from 20MAR20 and 22MAR20 respectively.
Passengers on cancelled flights will receive notification of the cancellation via their original booking channel, and may either rebook to a future date or seek a refund.
AWA continues to operate flights from Accra to Kumasi, Tamale, Takoradi, Wa, Lagos, Abuja and Monrovia at this time. Rest assured that if you choose to travel with AWA, you can “Fly safe, fly confident!”
For more information: