As part of measures to restructure the Aviation industry, plans are far afoot to relieve the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority of the management of the Kotoka International Airport.
Currently, the Aviation Ministry is finalizing plans to introduce a different company separate from the Aviation Authority to manage the Airport.
Revealing this to CITI NEWS, the Aviation Minister, Gloria Akuffo indicated that this is part of a broad outline to ensure efficiency in the Aviation industry.
According to her, government is committed to making Ghana the Aviation Hub of Africa, hence the commitment not only to improve on infrastructure, but also to impact some monumental changes in the sector.
Gloria Akuffo, further explained that a separation, if put in place would see the Civil Aviation Authority focused on its core activities which would ultimately impact on the safety of the Aviation industry among other things.
She indicated that her Ministry in putting in policies to try and woe private sector participation in the area of offering support services in the aviation industry.