Ghana International Airlines was the national airline of Ghana. It was founded in 2004 as a joint venture between the Government of Ghana and private investors. The airline operated both domestic and international flights, with a focus on connecting Ghana to various destinations in Africa, Europe, and North America.
Ghana International Airlines aimed to provide quality service and promote tourism and economic growth in Ghana. However, the airline faced several challenges, including financial difficulties and operational issues. In 2010, the airline ceased operations due to mounting debt and a lack of funds to sustain its operations.
Despite its short-lived existence, Ghana International Airlines played a significant role in enhancing air connectivity for Ghana and promoting the country as a tourism and investment destination. However, it is no longer in operation and there are currently no plans for its revival.