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Ghana International Airlines is the former national airline of the Republic of Ghana. The airline operated both scheduled and charter passenger and cargo services. It had its main base at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, which is Ghana's primary international airport. Ghana International Airlines suspended operations on May 13, 2010.

Established in 2004, Ghana International Airlines was created as a partnership between the government of Ghana and a group of private international investors. The airline is owned by the Ghanaian government (70%) and the US consortium (GIA-USA) (30%). Ghana International Airlines began its operations on October 29, 2005, with regular flights between Kotoka International Airport and London Gatwick Airport. At the time, aircraft used was a Boeing 757 leased from Ryan International Airlines. In 2006, the airline also provided seasonal service to OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, and in 2008, began offering flights to Düsseldorf International Airport in Düsseldorf, Germany. It had interline partnerships with several international airlines, including Air Baltic, Air Namibia, Air Nigeria, Continental Airlines, flyBE, Kenya Airways, and South African Airways.

Other passenger airlines based in Ghana that are still in operation are Africa World Airlines, Antrak Air, and Starbow.

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