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MCDAN Aviation suspends private jet operations at Terminal 1 till futher notice

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McDan Aviation has suspended its private jet operations at the Terminal One of the Kotoka International Airport from today till further notice.

This is as a result of a notice to suspend the use of the Terminal 1 of the airport from the manager of the  Ghana Airports Company Limited, Yaw Kwakwa. The letter dated January 31st, states “we refer to our earlier discussions and subsequent directive to suspend the inauguration of the Private Jet Terminal at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) until all the necessary operational requirements and obligations are met.”

However McDan Aviation failed to “comply with the directive despite outstanding issues on the prior terms and conditions for the use and operations of Terminal 1 as a Private Jet Terminal” – the letter states. Therefore, “management has consequently directed the suspension of your use of Terminal 1 until further notice.”

In response to the above McDan Aviation has accepted to suspend its operations pending the necessary engagements with GACL and key stakeholders. Read the below statement:

The story so far

McDan Group of Companies’ new wing McDan Aviation launched the country’s first private jet charter services at the Terminal 1 of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra on 28th January, 2022.

Not long after the event started, an internal memo from the office of the Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company Limited asking the private company to suspend the inauguration due to certain safety and security concerns was sited.

Notwithstanding the memo, McDan Aviation went ahead with the inauguration and started operations at the Terminal 1.

Watch out for updates as the entities sort the issues out and arrive at understanding.

Written by: etsasu

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