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The Ghana Aviation Industry Awards to be held in July

Posted 17 May 2016 · Add Comment

The Ghana Aviation Industry Awards will be held on July 31, with the entries extended to May 31.

The Awards recognise every factor in the Ghanaian airline industry, including domestic and international airline operators, service providers, travel and tourism companies, insurance and supportive financial institutions and local airports.
 
“This Industry gathering and networking forum is expected to champion excellence and improve business relationships. It is meant to streamline the provision of good customer service and create awareness for the depth of hard work and due diligence that goes into providing safe and secure compliant travel behind the scenes of the industry,” said the Awards in a statement.
 
The Awards will be held at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.  
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