Starbow Airlines is born in Ghana

Starbow Airlines (Accra) is a new airline that is planning to operate two BAe 146-300s on domestic and regional routes in Ghana. The first aircraft has been painted at Southend.

Copyright Photo: Keith Burton. Last operated by Eurowings as D-AEWM, this 146-300 has reverted to its original AirUK delivery registration of G-UKSC (msn E3125). Pictured at Southend after painting, the airliner will become 9G-SBA on delivery to the new carrier.

8 thoughts on “Starbow Airlines is born in Ghana

  1. archibald kittoe

    Starbow, the most luxurious, comfortable, faster and reliable domestic carrier extends its service to the Western region of Ghana

  2. Ahiammor Godfred

    I am very grateful to comment that Starbow is coming to awaken Ghana’s future in Airline business. First of all i want to encourage the operators of this Aircraft to take heart because Ghanaians are not used to this airline traveling and it would take us sometime to accustom ourselves to it.

  3. Christian Ilupeju Mawuenam wolle

    i really praise the innitiative to create much aviation awareness looking athe importance of Mother Ghana to support the development agenda the nation and the investors.
    I would nor mind be part of success story if only you more space for expatriates like us ,I am currently serving form a regional Airline in Dakar because i am billingua. I am serving as Regional Sales and Station Manager
    I would like to be part only if you started your Expansion project into the sub region.
    haven Worked For Ethiopian,Ghana airways very brief In Abidjan, Air Afrique , Nigeria Airways, Carthy Pacific and Now another airlines,
    Please you could mail me any operation support advice in The whole continent both BASA, FREEDOM Ground Operations and Revenue Management strategies.
    I would available on +221 777 445 166 or 221 76 12 12 840 or sms +233 244 808 344

  4. Christian Mawuenam wolle

    An Amazing achievement and i believe that it could well manage , It could Lasy like SAA and Ethiopian AIrline!

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