Ghana is a country that boasts of several airports both domestic and international with several Ghanaian airline carriers as well as other international airlines operating to domestic and international destinations within and outside Accra, the nation’s capital city. Airports in Ghana hosts banks, Airport car rental agencies, airport hotels, restaurants, airport taxi services, conference centers, foreign currency exchange bureaus, post offices, medical and dining establishments as well as duty-free retailers. All Aerodromes and airports in Ghana are managed and maintained by Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) which was registered in January 2006 with the aim of managing, developing, planning and maintaining all aerodromes and airports in Ghana. Some of these Ghanaian airports include Kotoka International Airport (KIA), the leading international airport in Ghana as well as regional airports like Kumasi, Tamale and Sunyani airports in Ghana. Here we bring to you a comprehensive list of Ghana Airports and we hope you’ll find it informative and helpful during your next travel planning.
Kotoka International Airport
This is the country’s leading international airport,operated by the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL).The Kotoka Airport was formerly known as Ghana International Airport but was renamed to Kotoka International Airport in the honour of Lieutenant General Emmanuel Kwasi Kotoka (1926–1967).
This is the second leading airport in Ghana, it was meant to be serving the Kumasi area of Ghana though it has attracted lots of traffic ever since, it is currently undergoing rehabilitation in order to upgrade it to international standard, it will likely be ready by the tail- end of 2015
Officially unveiled on the 13th of July 1974 , this airport was set up to serve the people of Sunyani town in Ghana, it is also being managed by the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL).