Sunday, December 26, 2010

Kotoka Airport to get two new boarding gates

The Kotoka International Airport is expected to have two new boarding gates by mid-February next year.

The new gates will be located next to gate two, behind the duty-free area. The new facility is being financed by US carrier Delta Airlines as part of its contribution to the expansion of the airport.

Delta Airline’s Corporate Communication Chief for Europe, Middle East, and Africa, Debbie Egerton told Joy Business the airline regards the facility as a significant investment to improve the comfort of passengers and that there will be an independent air-conditioned holding area for Delta passengers as well as those of its partners in the Sky Team Alliance; Air France and KLM.

The Commercial Manager for Delta Airlines in West and East Africa, Bobby Bryan said construction works had already started in co-operation with the airport authorities.

“The biggest advantage for us is that it gives us the ability to schedule flights when it works best for our passengers,” he stated.

Source: Joy Business/Ghana

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