Ho Airport

Ho Airport is a regional airport built to serve Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana.

The airport covers 1,500 acres (610 ha), with a passenger terminal and a 1,900-metre (6,200 ft) runway.

Ho Airport has a runaway of 1,900 metres in length and 30 metres wide, an aircraft parking area, a terminal building to hold at least 150,000 passengers a year, a VIP and VVIP facility, a parking area for the staff and nine- kilometre network of roads around the airport.

The airport is expected to boost the economy of the Volta Region and promote tourism in the region whiles providing jobs for the people.

The cost of construction was estimated to be US$25 million, provided by Ghana Airports Company Limited.

Construction was completed in 2017, although the airport was not opened to commercial traffic until 2021.

On 18 September 2015, President John Dramani Mahama held a groundbreaking ceremony for Ho Airport.

The construction of the airport is in line with the Ghanaian government’s goal to have airports in each of the country’s regions.

Reference: Ho Airport – GACL