Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopian) will be Ghana's vital accomplice as the west African nation hopes to set up another national carrier. Ghana's Aviation Minister Joseph Adda and Ethiopian's Chief Executive Tewolde Gebremariam have marked a notice of comprehension (MoU) yesterday building up the association, with a last consent to be marked before year's end.
Ghana isn't relied upon to hold in excess of 10 percent of the new aircraft, and at most, two board individuals. The administration has said it won't meddle in the running of the carrier. Accra has not had much achievement in running a national carrier, with two prominent disappointments in the course of the most recent few decades.
Ghana Airways was the national transporter until the point that it got into challenges in 2004 with issues including a US DOT boycott which averted it traveling to the US. Soon thereafter it quit flying and was inevitably twisted up.