30 November 2009

Ghana: City Link Introduces Business Jet

Accra — City Link Airline of CTK Network aviation Ltd., on Sunday launched a new Hawker 900XP business jet charter services into the country in Accra.

The eight seater aircraft which was based in Portugal and manufactured in the United States of America will fly from Accra to Lagos, Dakar, and Bamako, Monrovia, Niamey and some other countries across the west coast at afforded rates.

Speaking at the launch of the business jet, Capt.Tei Azu, the Managing Director of CTK Ltd, stated that the jet will allow business executives, top government officials as well as leaders of major institutions to meet their critical schedule deadlines by way of ensuring safe and comfortable travel.

CTK has provided executive charter services for business, governmental and non-governmental organisations in West Africa hitherto. Over a period of ten years, City Link has offered internal travels in Ghana from Tamale, Kumasi, Takoradi and Sunyani.

The introduction of a new business jet, according to officials, will take care of immigration and airport clearances to help its clients concentrate on their businesses whiles on board.

Mrs. Dorothy Asare, Senior Supervisor, NewMont Ghana Support Services, told Public Agenda that the jet is luxurious, executive and comfortable. She later commended CTK on their new business jet service.

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