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Africa World Airlines starts flights to its 10th destination in West Africa

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4th Feb 2020 | Elizabeth Sasu

Africa World Airlines, the proud winner of “Best Airline in West Africa”, will soon begin flying to Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire; its 10th destination in the region.

Effective from Friday, 14th February 2020, AWA will offer 6 weekly flights each way between Accra and Abidjan, linking the major cities of the world’s two largest cocoa producing countries. Passengers will also benefit with convenient onward connections to and from Lagos, Abuja, Freetown, and Monrovia through AWA’s hub at Accra’s new Terminal 3.

“Abidjan is an important market for business travelers from Accra”, said Togbe Afede XIV, Founder and Co-Chairman of Africa World Airlines. “AWA has developed a repution for providing safe, reliable, and affordable air transportation. This new route will permit us to introduce our award-winning services to travelers in Cote D’Ivoire as well.”

All flights will operate using Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft, offering the convenience and speed of a jet aircraft experience, with the guarantee of no uncomfortable middle seats. The flight schedule will be as below (all times Local).

AW428 ACC dep 1450 arr 1545 ABJ Friday only
AW432 ACC dep 1820 arr 1915 ABJ Mon/Wed/Thu/Sat/Sun

AW421 ABJ dep 0725 arr 0820 ACC Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri/Sun
AW429 ABJ dep 1615 arr 1710 ACC Friday only

Africa World Airlines is a private sector Ghanaian airline based in Accra. AWA started operations in 2012 and now operates a fleet of 8 jet aircraft across 9 destinations throughout Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone; with services to Cote D’lvoire planned to commence shortly.

AWA maintains IOSA certification, the global gold standard for aviation safety, and is the only IATA member airline presently headquarted in Ghana. AWA was recently inducted into the CIMG Hall of Fame after being voted as “Domestic Airline of the Year” in Ghana for 5 consecutive years, and was also recognised for “Best Connectivity in West Africa” by African Travel Times magazine.


Africa World Airlines, lauréat de la “Best Airline in West Africa”, commencera bientôt à voler vers Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire; sa 10ème destination dans la région.

À partir du vendredi 14 février 2020, AWA proposera 6 vols hebdomadaires entre Accra et Abidjan, reliant les principales villes des deux plus grands pays producteurs de cacao au monde. Les passagers bénéficieront aussi de correspondances à partir de et vers Lagos, Abuja, Freetown et Monrovia via le hub d’AWA au nouveau Terminal 3 d’Accra.

“Abidjan est un marché important pour les voyageurs d’affaires d’Accra”, a déclaré Togbe Afede XIV, fondateur et coprésident d’Africa World Airlines. “AWA a développé une réputation pour fournir un transport aérien sûr, fiable et abordable. Cette nouvelle route nous permettra de présenter nos services primés aux voyageurs en Côte d’Ivoire.”

Tous les vols fonctionneront à l’aide d’un avion Embraer ERJ-145, offrant la commodité et la rapidité d’une expérience d’avion à réaction, sans la garantie de sièges intermédiaires inconfortables. L’horaire de vol sera comme ci-dessous (toutes les heures locales).

AW428 ACC dep 1450 arr 1545 ABJ vendredi seulement
AW432 ACC dep 1820 arr 1915 ABJ lun / mer / jeu / sam / dim

AW421 ABJ dep 0725 arr 0820 ACC lun / mar / jeu / ven / dim
AW429 ABJ dep 1615 arr 1710 ACC vendredi uniquement

Africa World Airlines est une compagnie aérienne Ghanéenne du secteur privé basée à Accra. AWA a commencé ses opérations en 2012 et exploite maintenant une flotte de 8 avions aux 9 destinations à travers le Ghana, le Nigeria, le Libéria et la Sierra Leone; les services vers la Côte d’Ivoire devraient commencer en 2020.

AWA maintient la certification IOSA, l’étalon-or mondial pour la sécurité aérienne, et est la seule compagnie aérienne membre de l’IATA actuellement basée au Ghana. AWA a récemment été intronisée au “CIMG Hall Of Fame” après avoir été élue “Domestic Airline of the Year” au Ghana pendant 5 années consécutives, et été reconnue comme “Best Connectivity in West Africa” par le magazine “African Travel Times”.

#flyawa #Abidjan #CoteD’Ivoire #toucherl’afrique #toucherlemonde #touchingafrica #touchingtheworld

Source: gh-aviation

Written by: Adwoa Sasu

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