Right after declaring Liberia Ebola free by the World Health organization (WHO), a Ghana-based commercial airline, Starbow has announced to begin a major flight at the James Springs Payne Airport in Sinkor, Monrovia.
The pronouncement by the airline was made recently at the James Spriggs Payne Airport during a test run exercise.
The test run coincided with the official declaration of Liberia as an Ebola free nation, which is a major step toward the country’s economic recovery drive.
Monday’s exercise was witnessed by the management of the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority, Liberia Aviation Group and Starbow Airline.
Starbow operates a four engine BAE-146 Aircraft with ninety-four (94) seating capacity.
The airline claims to be the largest Ghanaian airline measured by passengers carried; despite a brief regional expansion.
Meanwhile, the management of the Liberia Airport Authority is currently ensuring that minimum International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards are met in order to obtain the approval of the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority for Starbow to officially commence flight operations on June 1, 2015.
Starbow is expected to fly from Monrovia to Accra five days a week.