Citi Business News has gathered local airline FLY540 will resume operations in October.
[contextly_sidebar id=”YkXWv3SgMRc0n4xOcuec1rA3Ls8lyMww”]Citi Business News has learnt the airline upon resumption of operations will bear a new name Royal Fly-Gh.
The local airline has already begun rebranding under its new name with new colors and a fresh logo.
Fly540 Ghana, one of four domestic airlines in the country, in May 2014 suspended operations as part of a restructuring exercise which saw some of its staff going to court over delayed severance packages.
The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) had earlier told Citi Business News that the authority was reviewing the new structure of FLY540 before granting the airline permission to resume operations.
The airline’s application follows its acquisition by new investors.
Citi Business News has learnt the airline when it resumes operation will not only ply local routes but international ones as well.
Royal Fly-GH then FLY 540 was incorporated in Ghana on10th November 2008 and given certificate to commence business on11thNovember 2008.
Royal Fly-GH started operating internal flights from Accra to Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale from the year 2012.
Royal Fly-GH later introduced two sub-regional services to Abidjan, Freetown.
By: Vivian Kai Lokko/citifmonline.com/Ghana