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Aviance Ghana promises outstanding service with Brussels Airline partnership

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With effect from October 1, 2022, Brussels Airlines will be one of many European airlines utilizing Aviance Ghana Limited’s services for all of its passenger and ground handling activities.

Out of the three operators approved by the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), the airline based in Brussels chose Aviance because of its reliability, outstanding service, and expertise in handling passengers and the ground.

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, the managing director of Aviance Ghana, the Mark Kamis, welcomed the first Brussels flight to be serviced at the KIA.

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Speaking to Ameyaw TV at the welcoming event, Mr Kamis shared his excitement for the partnership.

Read also: Aviance Ghana Ltd introduces the all-new Adinkra Lounge at Kotoka International Airport

“Tonight we’re celebrating our first handling of Brussels Airlines. Its a very exciting time for us to welcome them to our portfolio. Currently, Aviance is holding seventy percent of the market share for Accra and this is a great opportunity not only for Brussels but for our own employees as well. We welcome them to us and we look forward to a fantastic partnership and as we continue to grow the Star Alliance as we are handling other partners as well,” he stated.

Currently, 28 scheduled and seasonal passenger and cargo carriers from Aviance serve the Kotoka International Airport. The business also oversees the management of the Adinkra Lounge for passengers at Kotoka International Airport’s Terminal 3. Additionally, it offers estimates for aircraft weight and balance and aviation load planning.

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