• home Home
  • keyboard_arrow_right Uncategorized
  • keyboard_arrow_right Posts
  • keyboard_arrow_rightAfrica World Airlines fly stranded Ghanaians home amidst COVID-19 restrictions


Africa World Airlines fly stranded Ghanaians home amidst COVID-19 restrictions

todayAugust 16, 2021 75

share close

6th Apr 2020 | Elizabeth Sasu

Home-based Ghanaian carrier, Africa World Airlines (AWA), was awarded the humanitarian mission to repatriate a group of Ghanaians stranded abroad due to the current closure of national borders.

Commercial air travel has been immensely affected due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. A lot of countries have put several restrictions including the closure of their borders to contain and eradicate the spread of the virus.

With special permissions from Ghana Civil Aviation Authority and other agencies, AWA operated a flight from Monrovia, chartered by K-NET Limited to repatriate their Ghanaian employees from Liberia.

According to AWA, its professional crew ensured that the highest safety standards were maintained at all times. The passengers transported back to Ghana have all been placed into mandatory quarantine by the health authorities.

Africa World Airlines (AWA) is a proud Ghanaian company, offering more flights to, from and within Ghana than any other airline. “Ghanaians are urged to continue to observe the Government recommendations on social distancing, to ensure that we keep our nation great and strong. God bless our homeland Ghana”.

In the Picture from left to right (L to R) is : FO Papa Nimoh, CAPT Lonnie Sarpong, CC Sally Clement and SCC Moses Danquah.

#flyAWA #FlySafeFlyConfident #BringingGhanaiansHome

Source: gh-aviation

Written by: Adwoa Sasu

Rate it

Previous post


Ethiopian Extends Solidarity to Africans Amid Global Crisis, Delivers Emergency Medical Supplies

29th Mar 2020 | Elizabeth Sasu Ethiopian Airlines, the Pan-African carrier, has delivered medical supplies donated by Jack Ma, the founder of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba, to 39 African Countries within 5 days. Ethiopian has transported Jack Ma’s support including testing kits, masks and protective suits. Following its historical track record of serving Africa in both good and bad times, Ethiopian has once again demonstrated a great gesture of solidarity to the African people. Launched by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Dr […]

todayAugust 16, 2021 17

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *