Antrak Air is a scheduled airline based in the Airport Residential Area in Accra, Ghana. It started operations in September 2003 and operates scheduled domestic, regional and international services, as well as [1 ] charter services in West Africa. Its main base is at Kotoka International Airport, Accra. [2 ]
The company suspended all operations in May 2012 following a fire on board its only aircraft.
The company resumed its domestic flights on August 6 after about 2 months grounded [3 ] [4 ]
Destinations [ edit ]
Antrak Air operated the following scheduled services (at April 2012):
Antrak Air was a designated carrier of Ghana to numerous countries worldwide including the United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa and Saudi Arabia.
In September 2011, Antrak Air filed a legal challenge
seeking an injunction to suspend operations of new competitor [5 ] Starbow Airlines.
The Antrak Air fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of July 2012) :
Incidents and Accidents [ edit ]
On 22 May 2012, an Antrak Air
ATR42 flying from Tamale to Accra with 33 passengers and 4 crew caught fire on departure from Tamale Airport. Passengers were evacuated from the aircraft and no fatalities were reported. [8 ]
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