Ghana International Airlines TV Advertisement - 2005

Television Advertisement for Ghana International Airlines.
Ghana International Airlines (GIA) was the national airline of the Republic of Ghana. The airline was set up in 2004 as a partnership between the government of Ghana and a group of private international investors. Ghana International Airlines commenced operations on 29 October 2005 with daily flights between Accra and London Gatwick Airport using a Boeing 757 aircraft. The airline commenced seasonal service to OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2006. Flights to Dusseldorf, Germany, began in 2008. The airline stopped operations in May 2010.
Ghana International Airlines was known for providing cheap fares to Ghana for passengers traveling between London and Accra.