Starbow, a startup airline based in Accra, said it commenced services in late September.
Starbow BAe 146-300. Courtesy Starbow Starbow, a startup airline based in Accra, said it commenced services in late September. The carrier is operating domestic flights in Ghana using two BAe 146-300s leased from Riva Investments, which purchased them from Falko Regional Aircraft (ATW Daily News, Aug. 8). The aircraft are configured with 94 seats, including eight in business class. "Domestic services envisaged for Starbow include routes centered on Accra and the important ...
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