Africa World and Brussels Airlines interline to provide seamless travel for passengers

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Africa World Airlines (AWA), the Ghanaian airline based in Accra, and Brussels Airline, the member of Lufthansa Group and a Star Alliance member; have announced an interline agreement to better serve the traveling public.

The new partnership between the airlines will allow passengers traveling from Brussels Airlines’ network of 73 European and 21 intercontinental destinations to book a single ticket to any of the 9 African destinations served by AWA, including attractive fares, a single intercontinental baggage allowance all the way through the different legs of their journey.

Pierre Declerck and Sean Mendis signing the agreement as the Aviation Minister looks on

“Africa World Airlines is excited to partner with Brussels Airlines to ensure the smoothest connections for passengers beyond our respective hub airports. This partnership serves to solidify Accra’s role as the true gateway to the entire West African region, said Sean Mendis, Chief Operations Officer for AWA.

Sean Mendis, Chief Operations Officer for AWA

Pierre Declerck, Regional Manager for Lufthansa Group Airlines said, “Brussels Airlines has a long-standing experience in the African market, and we are constantly looking for ways to offer additional convenient flight options to our valued customers. This partnership with AWA will serve to solidify our position as the airline of choice for passengers traveling between Ghana, Brussels, and to points beyond.”

Pierre Declerck, Regional Manager for Lufthansa Group Airlines

At the official signing of the agreement in Accra today, Ghana’s Minister of Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda who witnessed it congratulated both airlines on the agreement and expressed confidence it will help ensure a seamless travel experience for passengers.

Ghana’s Minister of Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda

Brussels Airlines flies in and out of Accra daily, with direct service to Europe and North America from Brussels. Brussels Airlines offers the earliest daily arrival from Europe into Accra, thus offering passengers smooth onward connections to and from domestic and regional destinations via the Accra hub Kotoka International Airport’s new Terminal 3.

A family photo comprising AWA & Brussel Airlines staff

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 0 destinations throughout Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone; with services to Cote d’ivoire planned to commence shortly.

AWA maintains IOSA certification, the global gold standard for aviation safety. The airline will on 0ctober 15 begin commercial flights to Wa in Ghana’s Upper West Region.

By: Samuel Obeng Appah

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