Guyana commits to direct flights from C’bean to Africa
(News Room) The Governments of Guyana and Ghana Friday morning signed an Air Services Agreement, paving the way for direct flights between the two countries.
In fact, the agreement forms part of a broader movement to make travelling between the Caribbean and African States more accessible.
It was signed by Minister of Aviation of Ghana, Mr Joseph Kofi Adda and Guyana’s corresponding minister Annette Ferguson at the Air Transport Meeting where industry leaders are discussing ways to promote air links between the Caribbean and African States.
During an interview with the media afterwards, Minister Ferguson explained that the Ghana/Guyana agreement is a positive step towards achieving the air bridge.
“It’s setting the foundation to allow airlines between the two countries to operate,” she said.
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