Friday, July 27, 2007

from the "leaving on a jet aeroplane" dept.

Ghana News Agency is reporting the following good news:

Lufthansa resumes daily flight to Accra

Accra, July 26, GNA- Lufthansa on Thursday resumed its daily flight to the Kotoka International Airport after the suspension of its flight into Ghana since July 15, 2007 due to the regularisation of traffic rights.

A release from the Airlines office quoted Silvio Uhlseleder, Country Representative of Lufthansa German Airlines in Ghana, as saying, "for the benefit of our customers, we are pleased to start operating our daily flight from Ghana to Germany. Now, we are able to continue our dedicated commitment of 40 years of building bridges and fortifying economic ties between the two countries".

The service strengthens the Airlines market position as the biggest German carrier in one of the fastest growing countries in West Africa.

The release said the Lufthansa flight scheduled to Germany would remain unchanged with departure from Accra at 1900 hours and arrival in Frankfurt at 0525 hours the following day. Departure from Frankfurt will be at 1110 hours and arrival at the Kotoka International Airport at 1720 hours, all in local time.




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