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Mission & Vision


To provide world-class airport facilities and services for the benefit of our stakeholders.


To position Ghana as the Preferred Aviation hub and Leader in Airport Business in West Africa.

GACL Directors & Senior Management

Board of Directors Position
Mr. Tony Lithur Chairman
Dr. Vitus V. Anaab - Bisi Member
Mr. Twumasi - Ankra Selby Member
Dr. Ebenezer A. Ayirebi - Acquah Member
Dr. Bettie Solomon - Ayeh Member
Mrs. Gizella Tetteh Agbotui Member
Mr. Charles Kwame Asare Member
Grp. Capt. Ralph R. Ayisa Member
Mrs. Irene Akoto - Marfo Member
Senior Managememt Position
Mr. Charles Kwame Asare Managing Director
Mr. Robert S. Tagoe Director, Human Resources
Mr. Charles Hanson Adu Director, Airport Operations
Lt. Col(Rtd)Daniel Kwame Amedoh Director, Aviation Security
Joyce Bannerman-Wood (Mrs) Director, Legal Services
Rev. Dr. John Okwesie Arthur Director, Finance
Juliet Aboagye - Wiafe (Mrs) Internal Auditor
Dr. Gershon Adzadi Head, ICT
Mr. MacDavids T.Torto Director, Projects
Mr. Stephen K.Yeboah Ag. Director, Commercial Services
Mr. Isaac O. Adjakwah Director, Facilities Management

Our Environmental And Social Commitment


The Kotoka International Airport (KIA), and three domestic airports at Kumasi, Tamale and Sunyani operate under GACL. Although some of these airports have been rehabilitated or expanded, traffic throughput far exceeds the design capacity of the airports, which stifles potential growth in the sector.

GACL is therefore undertaking a Capital Investment Program (CIP) aimed at building new airport infrastructure in order to increase the capacity of the airports. The CIP derives from the Ghana National Airport System Plan (NASP), developed with the aim of supporting Government policy for an integrated and strategic approach to planning and developing air transport infrastructure services in Ghana. Read more..


The Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) recognizes the importance of sustainable management of natural and physical resources for the benefit of present and future generations of Ghanaians.

The basis for environmental performance at Kotoka International Airport as well as the Regional Airports is not only to ensure that the company complies with local, regional and national requirements but the company also strives to exceed these standards and to continually improve its environmental performance. Read more...

Our Airports

Learn more about our airports.

The airport occupies 1610 acres (651 hectares) within the city of Accra, and is about 10 kilometres... read more
Although approval was obtained as far back as 1940, it was not until 1947 that documentation for... read more
Airport dates back as 1942, when a communication outpost and aerodrome was built for the use of... read more
Tamale Airport was founded as a main advanced operational base for troops during World War II... read more