South African Airways (SAA) has reactivated the Johannesburg-Accra-Johannesburg route on Tuesday, September 28, 2021.
A brief ceremony was held at Kotoka International Airport to welcome the airline back to Accra.
In March last year, South African Airways announced the suspension of flights to some African countries. Flights to African cities such as Accra, Ghana, Lusaka, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Windhoek, Namibia, Lagos, Nigeria, Uganda and other African cities will be suspended until the end of the year. It said it would continue its domestic service to Cape Town, which was suspended during last year.