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Update: PassionAir now serviceable

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31st Oct 2018 | Elizabeth Sasu

Passionair, the ghanaian domestic carrier which had an AOG yesterday 30th October,  2018 in Tamale Airport is now serviceable.

The bombardier aircraft DASH-4 Q400 , developed a fault with one of it’s computer boxes. Engineers were sent to Tamale Airport with a replacement to rectify the problem thus grounding the aircraft.

As at the time of writing this story, the aircraft will depart Tamale in ten minutes for Accra.

Passionair wants to reassure the travelling public that, “as safety of operations is our prime obligation”, according to Mr IdI Maswaure, COO of the company, it had to be ascertained by the engineers of the company that the aircraft was serviceable to operate hence the disruptions in flight times.

Nonetheless, all operations have resumed and “we are going to fly on schedule”

PassionAir apologises for any inconvenience caused to the travelling public.

The airline flies from Accra to Kumasi and Tamale daily.

Life is nothing without passion!!!


Source: gh-aviation

Written by: Adwoa Sasu

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31st Oct 2018 | Elizabeth Sasu Passionair, a ghanaian domestic carrier had an AOG yesterday 30th October,  2018 in Tamale Airport. According to the COO of the airline Mr. Idi Maswaure, one of the computer boxes in the aircraft had a fault indication which warranted the aircraft to be grounded in Tamale. He said, "as safety is our prime obligation, engineers have been sent today to tamale with another computer box to replace the other one". At the time of […]

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