Air travel fares will no longer require a life savings as airline operators in the country have started slashing prices in the face of increasing competition.
Few days after the entry of Ghana International Airline, British Airways has reconfigured its Boeing 767 aircrafts on the Accra-London route to provide more comfort for its customers.
The new configuration phases out the old segments of first, business and economy classes and introduces the club world, world traveler plus and world traveler classes.
Patience Bonsu, Airport delivery manager of BA –Ghana told JOY business report that the new configuration offers its customers more comfort at lower prices and are being introduced on British Airways flights across the globe.
Meanwhile the Royal Dutch Airline, KLM-Ghana has also cut down its fares to 450 dollars to any part of the world.
The big cut in the fares of the Dutch airline is part of packages it is offering its customers on the occasion of its 45 years anniversary in Ghana.
Airfares have been dropping since the commencement of charter flights in Ghana and experts predict further cuts in fares with the coming in of the national airline, Ghana International Airlines.