Indigenous Ghanaian airline, Africa World Airlines (AWA), is to start a daily service between Accra and Monrovia/Freetown tomorrow Sept. 5, 2019.
The increase in the 6x weekly service to a daily operations by the airline, according to AviationGhana sources, is to meet the increasing demand on the route and deepen connectivity in the sub-region. This also fits into AWA’s West African expansion plan.
AWA currently operates daily flights between Accra and three domestic destinations—Takoradi, Kumasi and Tamale—as well as regional flights between Accra and Lagos, Accra-Abuja, and Accra-Monrovia-Freetown-Accra.
The airline is also expected to announce its Accra-Abidjan service later this year.