The remarkable terminal 3 hasn’t been spared of mere petty politicking. Earlier today when the October Rains set video emerged that the place was flooded.
However management has come out to state clearly that the terminal 3 did not flood. There were no incident of flooding tat the terminal 3.
Kotoka International Airport in Accra, the capital of Ghana, is an international airport, and has the capacity for large aircraft such as the Airbus A380. The airport is operated by Ghana Airports Company Limited, which has its offices on the airport property.
The Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company Limited has announced that the newly constructed Terminal 3 of the Kotoka International Airport will become fully operational on September 15. This will be ahead of its official inauguration by President Akufo-Addo on October 2.
Rumour also has it that the President might not be around for this event. As such the commissioning has been postponed o further notice.
The third terminal of the Kotoka International Airport is opened for passenger traffic
– The T3 project commenced under the erstwhile Mahama administration
The Terminal 3 of the Kotoka International Airport was opened to passenger traffic on September 15, 2018, after successful tests and simulation exercises.
The iconic opening of the terminal three saw hundreds of passengers in both arrival and departures departments of the terminal go through what many describe as a smooth and stress-free procedure.