Responding to a question on the Floor of Parliament on Wednesday, February 19, Mr Adda explained that all domestic flights were relocated from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 after the commissioning of the Terminal 3 to ensure efficiency in operations and passenger comfort.
He also stated that McDan had also signed a management agreement with the United States military to provide logistics and handling services through the Terminal 1.
“The Marquee Tent used as the departure lounge has become dilapidated and needed to be replaced. The Ghana Airport Company, therefore, took the renovation from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 to save money and also ensure efficiency in operations and passionate comfort. Mr Speaker, the Ghana Airport Company has rented out the ground floor of Terminal 1 to McDan Aviation for use as a logistics operation centre for a period of 15 years from January 2019.”
“Pursuant to the Ghana government agreement with the United States government, McDan has also signed a management agreement with the United States military and provides logistics and handling services to the US military through Terminal 1,” Mr Adda said.