Johnsons Air

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Johnsons Air
IATA ICAO Callsign
- JON Johnsons Air[1]
Commenced operations 1996
Operating bases Kotoka International Airport
Fleet size 3
Headquarters Accra, Ghana
Key people Farzin Azima

Johnsons Air was an airline registered in Ghana[2] and based at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana. Founded in 1996 by Farzin Azima,[3] it operated ad hoc cargo services.[4] The airline was one of eight airlines blacklisted in Belgium in 2005 due to operational safety concerns.[5][6] In October 2006, the ban was extended to include all European Union communities.[7] Johnsons Air meanwhile ceased operations.[8]


As of March 2007 the Johnsons Air fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[4]