The Ghanaian airline companies are now operating at 100% of their capacity at the Kumasi Airport subsequent to the suspension of services on Friday to meet the command of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GC).
What does GCAA stand for?
GCAA stands for Ghana Civil Aviation Authority
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- Gates Chili Alumni Association
- Gauteng Combined Accommodation Association
- General Civil Aviation Authority (United Arab Emirates)
- General Committee on Academic Affairs
- Génie Chimique et Agro-Alimentaire
- Georgetown College Alumni Association
- Georgia Christian Athletic Association
- Georgia Common Access Application
- Georgia Community Action Association
- German Council on Alcoholism and Addictions
- Ghanaian Canadian Achievement Awards
- Gilmer County Athletic Association
- Gilpin County Art Association
- Girard College Alumni Association
- Glaucoma Crónico de Ángulo Abierto
- Global Collegiate Athletics Association
- Golden Casket Agents Association
- Golden Cedar Association of Australia
- Golf Coaches Association of America
- Governor’s Community Achievement Award
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In effect, the policy allows the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) to operate with minimal restrictions from aviation authorities, except in cases of safety and standards and/or a dominant position to distort market conditions.
The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), together with other stakeholders, should develop advanced concepts of using weather forecast models to create probabilistic weather-related impact predictions for today's consumption by air-traffic management planning in Ghana.
Air Commodore Kwame Mamphey, who is the Director-General of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), said the airline had met all the rigorous processes and procedures needed to operate commercial flights in the country.
Deputy Director General of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Willie Orhin has emphasized the need to review the Banjul Accord Group (BAG) agreement which last saw a change in 2004.
The order plays an intrinsic role in the Phase III expansion project at KIA, sponsored by the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), an agency of the Ghanaian government.
The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority has responded to the boom in air traffic by modernising and expanding its facilities.