Simon Allotey has been appointed the new Director-General of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Citi Business News has learnt.
The Authority has been without a substantive Director – General since Air Commodore (rtd.) Kwame Mamphey, retired last year.
The Authority, following the retirement of Air Commodore Kwame Mamphey, was headed by Abdullai Alhassan as the acting Director – General.
Prior to the appointment of Simon Allotey, he was the country’s representative on the International Civil Aviation Organization Council.
Government has meanwhile appointed Abdullai Alhassan, as the substantive Deputy Director-General, Finance and Administration of the GCAA and Martey Atoklo, has also been endorsed as the Deputy Director-General Technical of the GCAA.
Meanwhile the Acting Managing Director of the state-owned Ghana Airports Company Limited, Charles Asare, has also been confirmed as the substantive Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company Limited, having acted in that capacity since September 2013.