UPDATE: RESUMPTION OF DOMESTIC FLIGHT SERVICES

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

With the lifting of restrictions on movement, PassionAir is pleased to announce the restart of our flight services with a daily flight from Accra to Kumasi and to Tamale. As a result of continued logistical challenges to implementing enhanced health screening protocols at domestic airports, the domestic airlines AWA and PassionAir have mutually decided together with GCAA and GACL to …

PassionAir’s COVID 19 Safety Protocols

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

PassionAir is pleased to announce the resumption of our flight services on Wednesday 22nd April 2020 with a daily flight to Kumasi and to Tamale To curb the spread of COVID 19, the safety protocols below will be strictly adhered to before and during our flights:  Mandatory hand sanitizing before boarding.  Mandatory temperature checks  Passengers should procure face masks and …

RESUMPTION OF DOMESTIC FLIGHT SERVICES

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

RESUMPTION OF DOMESTIC FLIGHT SERVICES PassionAir is happy to announce the resumption of our flight’s operations effective Wednesday, 22nd of April, once daily to Kumasi and Tamale. In our efforts to curb the spread of the virus, stringent measures will be in place to ensure your safety and that of our staff. These measures include mandatory hand sanitization and temperature …

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Extension of the restrictive measures by an additional week

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

Extension of the restrictive measures by an additional week As part of the continues efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID 19 in Ghana, His Excellency the President on Thursday, 9th April announced a further extension of the restrictive measures by an additional week, thus to the 20th of April, 2020. These restrictions directly affect domestic travel by air. As …

Suspension of Flights effective Monday 30th March – Sunday 12th April 2020

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

Suspension of Flights effective Monday 30th March – Sunday 12th April 2020 His Excellency the President of our country announced last night further restrictive measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. These restrictions directly affect domestic travel by air. As a result, all our flights will be suspended effective Monday 30th March through Sunday 12th April 2020. This …

Message from the Accountable Manager

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

The situation with the COVID-19 outbreak is changing rapidly and PassionAir is adapting as quickly as we can in order to continue delivering excellent service while ensuring the safety requirements are maintained within the constraints. We recognize the vital importance of connectivity within our country at this time and, in the past week, we still offered sufficient flights for customers. …

COVID -19 precautionary measure

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

Dear Cherished Passenger, As a precautionary measure, due to the global COVID-19 outbreak, you will now be required to sanitize your hands before you board our aircraft. Sanitizer will be provided by our staff at the boarding gate. You are welcome to use your personal sanitizer, however, it must be done before boarding in full view of our staff. For …

PassionAir-COVID-19 Management Statement

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

The world is in uncharted territory with the coronavirus outbreak – W.H.O We have been accosted by news about the new Coronavirus since December 2019 with reports of new cases emerging in countries all over the Globe every single day. On 11th March 2020, the World Health Organization, WHO, declared the outbreak as a Global Pandemic and Ghana confirmed its …

PassionAir closely monitoring the Corona virus COVID-19

PassionAir Coronavirus Updates

The health and wellbeing of our passengers and crew is our highest priority Following the confirmation of COVID 19 in Ghana by the Ministry of Health on Thursday 12th March 2020, PassionAir would like to reassure customers that our existing policies and procedures are in line with the guidance provided by the World Health Organisation (WHO). We remain in regular …