Competition on the Accra- London route is set to intensify as Rwanda Air prepares to ply the route by 2017.
The International Airline is currently in talks with some local airlines for partnership to convey patrons from the sub-region to London.
It may be the second Airline after South African Airways to announce its intention to fly direct from Accra to London.
Speaking at a ceremony to welcome their new Airbus 330 to Ghana, the country manager for Rwanda Air, Danis Rwelireza said in an interview that his outfit is expanding the destinations to offer more in Ghanaian aviation industry.
“We have no doubt that Ghanaians will want to try our product. Currently, we are going to add Dubai and beyond that we are looking at London. You know the Ghanaian market has a large part of its travelling public outside of Accra”.
The plane which is the newest in the market is expected to serve long haul journeys of the airline.