He was later appointed as the Director of Aviation Security due to his extensive knowledge in advance intelligence and security operations as well as Aviation Security Management from NACOB and Ghana International Airlines respectively. In August, 2015, when the company could not resist the expansion plotted by the business plan, management re-assigned him to the Ground Operations Department when a vacuum was created by his predecessor. He is responsible for the management and operations of all domestic (ACC, KMS, TML and TKD) and international stations (LOS). He is a member of the team that led the company to attain its IOSA certification.
Due to his multi-talents and innovative ideas, he has successfully managed the GRH department with great technological and innovative management solutions resulting in substantial cost-savings to company. He is also credited with AWA domestic travel insurance that will take care of all passenger claims. This is expected to take effect very soon.
When another vacuum was created in charter contracts/tendering, he was again assigned that responsibility in September, 2015, and together with a team, they successfully sealed and operationalized two high-value charter deals with SUBSEA7 and TECHNIP and successfully negotiated extension of those contracts. He is still actively working to secure more Oil and Gas Producers’ (OGP) charter contracts.
He has led his ground operations team to successfully manage all high-profile charters for heads of governments or their representatives such the Presidents of Ghana and Liberia, The Governor–General of Canada, The Prince of Wessex (UK) and an Israeli Foreign Minister among others. He is so restless for AWA’s success that he lives by an adopted slogan which says, “if there’s any door that cannot be opened by us, then that door does not exist”. He is a go-getter, very resourceful, an astute communicator, an intelligent negotiator with smart innovative ideas.
Moses Othniel-Moses currently holds IATA certifications in Aviation Security Management as well as Ground Operations Management. He also holds a Master of Arts in Communications, Media Studies and Public Relations from the University of LEICESTER, UK. He is an affiliate member of the Institute of Public Relations (IPR), Ghana and a member of the Ghana Journalists’ Association (GJA).