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The Kumasi Airport is the main airport that serves the Ashanti region of Ghana. Considered as the 2nd busiest airport in the country, the Kumasi Airport handles over 40,000 passengers every month. Located about 3 km from the centre of Kumasi, it lies very close to amenities of the city.
Kumasi is the capital of the Ashanti region and it is also known as "The Garden City" of Ghana due to the city's abundant number of beautiful species of flowers and plants. Kumasi is also one of Ghana's richest cities as it is blessed with gold reserves in its mines. Its main exports include gold bars, cocoa and hardwood.
This public airport is operated by the government and has one runway, which is made of asphalt and 1,982 meters long. The airlines that operate at the airport only offer domestic flights to Accra – the capital city of Ghana. From there, passengers can connect flights to other cities in the region and abroad. The airlines that operate at the airport are Africa World Airlines, Autrak Air, Fly450 and Starbow Airlines.
Today, the airport is undergoing massive rehabilitation and expansions for its master plan of making the airport an international hub by the year 2015. A $300 million project, the airport will open a new 2-storey passenger terminal, restaurants and a shopping area, improved and increased parking and a ring road that will encircle the airport. A future plan to renovate the runway is also included in the works.
The early beginnings of the airport began in 1943 when documentation showed the acquisition of the land that the airport is now occupying. The airport's construction was done in 1947, where it started to operate.
Currently, there are no night flights allowed at the airport due to the massive constructions. The airport's operating hours have also been shortened to close at 4pm on Sundays to Thursdays and 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
The facilities at the airport today are very limited. There are airline offices for selling tickets at the airport, as well as a comfortable waiting area and lounges for government officials. The single passenger terminal has a PA system, cable TV at the waiting area, a bar that serves both alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, a wash room and services for medical emergencies. A restaurant can also be found at the airport, offering snacks and full meals to passengers. You can also buy souvenirs at kiosks inside the terminal.
There are no hotels inside the airport complex but the nearest one is only 15 minutes away, should passengers wish to stay close to the airport. The name of the hotel is Promising Stars Hotel, which is used by many tourists and travelers who want to stay close to the city but also to the airport.
There are no hotel shuttles at the airport so you'd have to arrange with your accommodation if they can pick you up. You can rent a private taxi or a car rental once you arrive at the Kumasi Airport.
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