PassionAir is a Ghanaian airline that started scheduled domestic operations in Ghana in August 2018. With a vision of creating an exceptional travelling experience, the airline seeks to provide the Ghanaian aviation market with timely, safe and secure schedules between Accra and the main cities. It is PassionAir’s goal to be the airline of choice, providing competitive service within Ghana and the West African region as a whole.

PassionAir provides scheduled domestic operations from its Accra hub to KumasiTakoradi and Tamale. The focus is to consolidate aviation traffic between the main cities and then stimulate traffic to the other domestic airports. The product lines provided includes the schedule and charter operations offering competitive rates utilizing our efficient Dash 8 Q400 fleet.  Passengers can expect to experience excellent customer service that depicts the proverbial Ghanaian hospitality.

Plans to provide regional flights within the West African sub-region form the major goal for the medium term. We seek to provide efficient linkages with the West African cities and developing Accra as a major hub for the region. We will provide seamless connectivity for the passengers with the carriers flying to the popular European, American, Middle East and African destinations through our partnerships and interline initiatives.

Executive Management

Edward Annan

Accountable Manager (AM)

Duncan Sambu

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Samuel Ato Hagan

Financial Controller (FC)

Patricia Annan

Personal Assistant to the Accountable Manager (paAM)

Billionaire Akua Boateng



Akosua Okyere-Nyako Arthur

Quality Manager (QM)

Captain Philip Kaberia

Director, Flight Operations (DFO)

Capt. Frederick Mbisa

Chief Pilot

Eng. Linden Whaul

Ag. Director of Maintenance (DoM)

Capt. Jeff Dusang

Safety Director (SD)

Management Team

Rebecca Ruttmern

Admin & HR Manager

Ellis Annang

Financial Manager

Ridwane Adamou

Commercial Manager (CM)

Samuel A. Razak Tachie

Sales & Marketing Manager

Lawrence Lamptey

IT / System Integrity Manager

Jacob Kilee

Senior Operations Manager (SOM)

Valerie Nassar

Cabin Services Manager


  •  Create a network that provides feeder traffic to existing and future intercontinental operators to Accra;
  • Implement an operational quality control system to ensure safe and reliable flight operations;
  • Implement a marketing strategy to maximize revenues while controlling costs;
  • Achieve long-term positive net profits to enable PassionAir to consider operating to regional destinations;
  • Use of advanced electronic and information technology to reduce operational cost and enhance customer convenience and satisfaction.


  • Provide the best quality service to bring a memorable in-air and on-ground experience, through leadership, excellence and accountability.


Become the most competitive aviation service provider in West Africa with a focus on safety and customer satisfaction.

Core Values

A – Accountability; Owing the job with prudent and practical results.
T – Trustworthiness; We uphold credibility and sincerity to our clients.
T – Timeliness; We are accountable to our delivery lead time.
I – Integrity; Consistent delivery of our promise to our business continuity
T– Truth: Facts to our stakeholders and clients are accurate and precise.
U– Unity: Through our passionate Teams we are able to realize value from our activities.
D– Dedication: Committed to safe and quality service to our clients.
E– Excellence: We don’t accept substandard or mediocrity hence we constantly seek to provide the highest quality of air services to our clients.

Aircraft Type


PassionAir operates bombardier Q400 which is the worlds most modern turboprop on all of its domestic routes.

Some facts about the Bombardier Q400

The World’s Most Modern Turboprop

The robust Q400, the world’s most modern turboprop, has been honed to perfection, allowing families, businesses and communities to stay connected. The Q400, the latest in the Q Series family, provides unmatched performance and operational flexibility. Designed as a modern, 21st-century turboprop, it entered service in the year 2000. With a dispatch reliability rate of over 99.5%, the aircraft has transported about 400 million passengers worldwide. And, thanks to its industry-leading passenger experience, operating costs and environmental footprint, the Q400 is the pinnacle of a modern turboprop, making a great machine even greater.

Flying Responsibly

The Q400 burns 30% less fuel and produces 30% lower emissions on short-haul routes where it has replaced similar capacity jet aircraft. The Q400 is also one of the quietest aircraft flying today. Its advanced propulsion system leads to significantly reduced community noise pollution, making it ideal for city-centre airports

Enhanced Passenger Comfort

The new Q400 aircraft cabin is exceptionally bright, comfortable and—thanks to Active Noise and Vibration Suppression (ANVS)—very quiet. With the cabin’s larger bins, more natural light, LED lighting, new seats, and low noise level, it all adds up to some comfortable and enjoyable flying experience passengers really appreciate. Inside and out, the Q400 has been continuously improved to make it the largest and most comfortable turboprop in the world.

Single Class

In a single-class configuration, the Q400 seats up to 78 passengers at a comfortable 30-inch pitch for each customer. This particular configuration allows us to augment the single-aisle jet fleets.

Inviting Interiors

Q400 passengers benefit from larger overhead bins that easily accommodate two airline-standard roller bags. It also has large windows that maximize natural light and improved LED lighting, which further enhances the spacious interior.

Quieter Flight

Passengers enjoy a quieter cabin thanks to the Q400’s unique Active Noise and Vibration Suppression system, which results in noise levels lower than those of some jets

Company Location

PassionAir has its headquarters at :

Head Office

  •  Duchessville, 2nd Circular Road,
    Accra, Ghana


  • Plot 1 Augustus Akiwumi Street
    Airport West,
    Accra, Ghana

(Working Hours: 8 am – 5 pm. Weekdays)
Working Hours: 8 am – 5 pm. Weekdays