The Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana International Airline, Mrs. Gifty E. Annan-Myers, has debunked rumours circulating in London that the airline is no longer flying, a situation which has created a massive problem for the airline, in terms of patronage on its London-Accra route.
noted that the rumours had gained undue grounds, and had indeed affected the smooth operations of the airline in recent times.
blamed some travel and tour operators, who have been acting as agents over the years for the airline, and were no longer working with them, for the rumours, as a desperate attempt to thwart the efforts of the airline's operations.
said one of the most important factors, which could lead to dry leasing of an aircraft for the airline, had been overcome, and that was the withdrawal of a monthly payment of $1.5 million towards the work lease of an aircraft for GIA
said, would facilitate the dry leasing of an aircraft for the airline, which will be a major step towards the revamping of the airline.
did not agree that landing at Gatwick Airport
in London was affecting the airline's income.
however said after the government had come out with the business module, GIA
would work to get a slot at Heathrow Airport, saying the current available slot at Heathrow was not conducive for our passengers.