A new terminal is being built at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra, capable of taking five million passengers a year. The Ghana Airports Company has funded the US$250 million project to be completed next year.
“Already, KIA is the preferred choice of many airlines and with the completion of the project, KIA will be the most preferred aviation destination in West Africa,” President John Dramani Mahama (photo) said.
The project aims to help make Ghana the aviation hub of West Africa. (africanaerospace, photo hanaweb)