The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has stated it has not banned any airline from flying to Kotoka International Airport in Accra.The GCAA issued the statement in response to online reports that alleged the management of the Airport had banned flights from countries affected by the Ebola virus, describing them as “erroneous and misleading”.The statement also said: “The GCAA, as the sole regulator of the air transport industry and provider of air navigation services in the country, has not banned any airline from Nigeria and other African countries from operating in Ghana because of suspicion that the flights might be

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