Eagle Atlantic Airlines
Eagle Atlantic Airlines was a Ghanaian full-service carrier based in Accra. The airline operated charter and airfreight services utilising MD82 equipment. It commenced services in Oct-2013 but ceased all operations on 24-Dec-2013 after it returned its sole MD82 to Ten Airways.
Location of Eagle Atlantic Airlines main hub (Accra Kotoka Airport)
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Germania is “very satisfied” with the performance of its Western African subsidiary Gambia Bird which launched a regional and international aviation network nearly a year ago with the aim of making Banjul an air transport hub for the sub-region.
Germania MD Andreas Wobig reportedly stated in Sep-2013 that Gambia Bird has allowed the group to better manage its capacity, noting that while charter operations in Europe are characterised by overcapacity and price pressure, the African continent is a key growth market
Gambia Bird plans to increase its winter timetable after making seasonal adjustments during the summer low season, which included moving one of Gambia Bird's two A319s to Germania’s Manchester base allowing the group to make maximise fleet utilisation.