Starbow Airlines commences operations in Ghana

Starbow Airlines (Accra) commenced scheduled passenger flights on September 26 on the Accra-Kumasi route using BAe 146-300s.

The new airline issued the following statement:

Aero Surveys Limited, operating under the commercial name Starbow, announced that its scheduled commercial air services commenced on Monday, September 26, 2011.

Starbow is operating two BAe 146-300s aircraft with 94 seats, including 8 Business Class seats. The BAe 146-300 is a four-engine jet aircraft that will bring an unprecedented level of reliability, speed, and comfort to aviation in Ghana.

The inauguration flight was from Accra to Kumasi. On September 28 2011, Starbow added the Accra-Tamale route and soon after, Accra-Takoradi route as well as a second daily flight to Kumasi.

Starbow has partnered with leading European maintenance providers, Inflite, and has hired highly experienced foreign and local pilots, all of whom are trained to EASA standards. Starbow aims to achieve world class levels of safety and reliability.”

Copyright Photo: Keith Burton. BAe 146-300 G-UKSC became 9G-SBA (msn E3125) on delivery. The airline is pictured at Southend before the delivery.

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