Ghana Airports Company Makes Profit

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Charles Asare – Acting MD, GACL

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In the year under review, international aircraft movement improved by 6.1 percent to 23,437 from 22,082 in 2012.

This was as a result of the operations of new entrants and increased flight frequencies by a number of existing airlines at the KIA, and in spite of the suspension of operations by some.

Domestic aircraft movements saw a faster growth of 28.9 percent in 2013 to 18,497 from 14,352 in 2012 attributable to growing demand hinged on reliable air service and competitive values as compared to road transport.

This was evident in the increase in domestic passenger throughput by 43.3 per cent to 780,000 in 2013 from 540,000 in 2012.

There was, however, a drip in international passenger traffic by 3.3 percent from 1.72 million in 2012 to 1.67 million in 2013.

Some of these were installation of new check in desks at the departure hall, new baggage handling carousels, X-ray and screening equipment, as well as the initiation of a CCTV installation project at the KIA expected to be completed by end of 2014.

 
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