CTK – CiTylinK

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Not to be confused with Citilink, an Indonesian airline

Citylink Airlines
IATA
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ICAO
CTQ
Callsign
CITYLINK
Founded 1994
Hubs Kotoka International Airport
Frequent-flyer program Platinum
Fleet size 7
Destinations 0 (suspended)
Company slogan "Linking the cities of Ghana"
Parent company Egyptair
Headquarters Accra, Ghana
Key people Tei Azu, Koos Vlaar
Website http://www.flywithstyle.com/ctq/HTML/history.asp

CTK CiTylinK was an airline based in Christiansborg, Accra, Ghana.[1]

CTK offers also Executive Air Charters, Air Ambulance, Aerial Photography services in West Africa. [1]

CTK Maintenance provides all maintenance for SAAB, LET, Cessna, Beechcraft and Turbo Thrush aircraft. Services are also available for other aircraft users and operators. CTK Maintenance has the only NICAD battery service station available in Ghana.

CTK Flight Academy provides Pilot training and Type rating courses on all aircraft of the CTK fleet.

CTK has announced that 49.9% of the airline will be acquired by Egyptair in the near future.[2] The Airline May Resume Operations In 2014

Destinations[edit]

History[edit]

CTK Citylink has been in existence for 16 years and is the oldest operating airline in Ghana. Scheduled domestic flights in Ghana were introduced on 18 September 2003 under the name CiTylinK Airlines. Commercial flights were suspended in August 2012.[3]

Fleet[edit]

The CTK – CiTylinK fleet includes the following aircraft:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CTK." CiTylinK. Retrieved on 8 December 2011 suspended operation in early 2013. "Main Office: No7 First Street, Kuku Hill, Christiansborg P.O. Box CT 1216, Cantonments, Accra - Ghana"
  2. ^ http://www.citifmonline.com/
  3. ^ http://www.theafricanaviationtribune.com/2012/08/ghana-more-woes-for-ctk-citylink-as-it.html

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