McDan Group of Company’s aviation arm, McDan Aviation, will today inaugurate Ghana’s first private aircraft terminal at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra.
This follows the acquisition of a Fixed Facility Operator (FBO) license from Ghana Airports Ltd (GACL).
The terminal is on the Terminal One of the KIA and it’s far predicted to assist Ghana function itself and speak in confidence to the arena because it pursuits at turning into the desired vacation spot for commercial enterprise and investment.
In a phone interview with the Daily Graphic yesterday, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the McDan Group of Companies, Mr Daniel McKorley, stated McDan Aviation could provide plane operators and middle-to-high-stop groups a steady and personal opportunity to the airport`s principal terminal.
According to Mr McKorley, Ghana turned into starting as much as the world, as a result the want to set some other popular wherein businessmen and businesswomen might have the possibility to do enterprise readily as a ways as journey turned into concerned, with out compromising on protection and safety.
He stated the terminal additionally had the capacity to enhance enterprise and tourism in Ghana via way of means of putting off bottlenecks related to journey to and from Ghana.
“The living room of the non-public jet terminal has a convention room for those who need to have enterprise conferences on the airport, with out always going into the metropolis after they arrive. They get the enterprise completed and go back on that identical day and inside hours,” he explained.