West African private airline, Africa World Airlines (AWA) is set to resume a limited domestic scheduled flight service from Tuesday April 21, 2020, the carrier has announced.
According to a travel update released by the airline, AWA will initially operate one daily roundtrip flight each from the Ghanaian city Accra to Kumasi and Tamale.
“Flights will operate with mandatory thermal screening and hand sanitization,” revealed the carrier.
AWA added that all passengers would be required to wear their own nose covering, either face mask or scarf or cloth, during flight, and would be seated so that nobody is placed in an adjacent seat.
“Those unable to comply will be denied.”
AWA suspended its operations on March 23, 2020 following movement restrictions imposed by The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo to curb the spread of COVID-19.