Baby Jet Airlines is expected to begin operations in February 2019, Deputy Minister of Aviation, Kwabena Otchere Darko, has disclosed.
The airline, which is owned by Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan, was expected to begin operations last year after it got its licence but did not, for unknown reasons.
Speaking to Class Business News, Mr Darko said apart from Baby Jet Airlines, the country is expecting a few other airlines to start operations by close of the year.
He said: “This year, we are looking at new operational areas that will bring in more customers or tourists, so, we are linking more of our projects with the tourist centres.
“Apart from Passion Air, we also have Unity Air now operating and we are expecting Baby Jet Airlines, which will be on stream by next month, and we have others also going through the processes, so, at least, we should have about five by close of the year”.