Date : 2020-12-03
confirmed cases : 51667
Recovered : 50547
Death : 323
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5th December, 2020
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Kotoka International Airport Agadir – Al Massira Airport (Arabic: Ù…Ø·Ø§Ø± Ø§Ù„Ù…Ø³ÙŠØ±Ø©, transliterated: Matar al-Maseera, IATA: AGA, ICAO: GMAD) is an international airport serving Agadir, a major city in southwest Morocco. Agadir is the capital of the province (wilaya) of Agadir and the region of Souss-Massa-Drâa. In 2007, Al Massira International Airport served 1,502,094 passengers. In later years, Agadir and its tourism boomed, having new flights introduced to Al Massira from new airports from the United Kingdom and Ireland. The new prospect of a brand new terminal was granted, opening life for the people of Agadir.
Money and communications: The airport terminal features a number of ATMs, a bureau de change and a post office. Public telephone booths are situated at arrivals and departures. They only accept Ghana Telecom and Westel phone cards, both of which are available for purchase from the airport’s post office and gift shops.
Luggage: Due to recent renovations, Kotoka now offers passengers three modern baggage claims areas. There's also a lost property office in the arrivals hall.
Parking There are 1,000 parking bays at Kotoka International Airport. They cost about US$1.20 for the first hour and US$0.20 for every additional hour. Parking at the main terminal building is prohibited as the area has been demarcated as a drop-and-go zone.
The following airlines fly to Kotoka International Airport
Aerocontractors, Air Burkina, Air Ghana/Westar, Air Mali, Air Namibia, Air Nigeria, Alitalia, Arik Air, Asky Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, CEIBA Intercontinental, Delta Air Lines, Egyptair, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, KLM, Kenya Airways, Lufthansa, MEA, Royal Air Maroc, South African Airways, TAP-Air Portugal, Turkish Airlines, UNMIL, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways
Lost and Found office
If your baggage’s are lost or if you found any lost luggage, please be kind enough to contact our lost and found desk located in the arrival hall before exiting the airport. The office operates a 24/7 schedule.
Customer service is always available in the airport for assistance to passengers.
Check-in counters are always open in Terminal 1 and 2 departures. Airline representatives are available for any requirements
The airport clinic is open for medical care and other medical related issues.
WiFi services are available at Terminal 3.
The airport consists of two passenger terminals, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. Terminal 2 serves only domestic flights, while Terminal 3 serves regional, international and long-haul operators. Terminal 1 is presently no longer in use, but will be redeveloped later.
Getting to Accra city: Taxi: Taxis congregate to the west of the main terminal building, opposite the arrival foyer. Metered taxis charge US$1.50 for the first kilometer and US$0.55 for every kilometer thereafter. You can pre-book them online.
Bus: Although there are no official public bus services, a large number of hotels in Accra offer airport shuttle services for passengers. Arrange for collection through your hotel.
Airport Taxis: Taxi: Taxis are the best way to get to Accra city centre and can be found at car park 2, close to the arrivals exit. A taxi from Accra Kotoka International Airport to Nkrumah Circle or Osu should costs around ¢33, but most don't have meters so make sure you agree a price before getting in. The journey time to central Accra is 25-55 minutes, depending on traffic.
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