Aero Surveys Ltd. operates as Starbow, a private Ghanaian airline headquartered in Osu, Accra, Ghana. Measured by the number of passengers, Starbow claims to be the largest airline in Ghana. Currently, the airline only operates domestic flights in Ghana, and its base is at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra.
Starbow was established as Aero Surveys Ltd. in October 1997 and later changed its name to Air Shuttle. It used two Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante aircraft in August 2009 to provide domestic charter and air taxi services in Ghana.
Starbow used Kotoka International Airport to serve Kumasi and Tamali on September 26, 2011. The aircraft provides business and economy class seats. Starbow added a third destination on November 8, 2011, returning from the base in Accra to Takoradi.
Currently, Starbow operates the following round-trip destinations:
Accra – Kotoka International Airport Hub
Kumasi – Kumasi Airport
Takoradi – Takoradi Airport
Tamale – Tamale Airport
Monrovia – Spriggs Payne Airport
Starbow has a total of 3 aircraft, 5 destinations, and the CEO is James Eric Antway.
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