Kotoka International Airport situated in Accra, Ghana on the West Coast of Africa is the main entry point to the country. Its strategic location on the globe (on the Greenwich Meridian and close to the Equator) makes it accessible from any part of the world. Currently, it is served by 25 airlines offering over 170 weekly passenger aircraft movements to more than 36 international destinations worldwide.
Some of the major airlines operating in Accra include:
Ghana International Ethiopian Airlines South African Airways KLM Royal Dutch
Aeroflot Airlines British Airways Middle East Airlines Kenya Airways
Alitalia Astraeus Airlines Virgin Airways Afraqiyah Airlines
Royal Air Maroc Lufthansa Egyptair Emirates Air
A valid passport is required to enter Ghana
List of countries whose nationals do not require Visas to enter Ghana can be found at: http://www.ghanaimmigration.org/countries_not%20_visa.html
All others can secure their visas from Ghana Embassies or Consulate in their respective countries. Contacts for Ghana Missions Abroad can be obtained at:
For those without Ghana Embassies or Consulates can obtain their visa on arrival at the Airport in Accra. Arrangements to obtain the visa at the Airport on arrival can be made through the IRIC-2020 Secretariat at: email@example.com
Ghana has a reasonably good health service. All regional capitals and most districts have hospitals, polyclinics and clinics. Two (2) teaching hospitals in Accra and Kumasi have facilities for treating special cases. Additionally, a number of religious organizations and private medical practitioners operate hospitals and clinics all over the country.