New Ghanaian carrier Goldstar Air plans to start services to Baltimore Washington International (BWI) in 1Q 2017, according to CEO Eric Bannerman. The small West African nation has lacked a national long-haul carrier since Ghana Airways, one of Africa’s oldest airlines, ceased flying in December 2015. The new carrier, which anticipates an air operator’s certificate in December, plans to start services in February or March 2017, Bannerman said. Goldstar Air is considering London ...

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