Situated some 6 miles to the northeast of the Ghanaian capital city, Kotoka International Airport (ACC) Accra hosts nearly all flights and passengers traveling to the nation of Ghana, whether theyíre coming to bask on itís picturesque, sun-soaked beaches or perhaps to explore itís breathtaking West African countryside.
The airport has been named in honor of the late General Emmanuel Kwasi Kotoka, a prominent Ghanaian political figure in the late 1960ís.
Kotoka International Airport (ACC) Accra operates as a hub for Antrak Air, a small local carrier offering flights to a handful of destinations. In addition to Antrak, nearly two dozen international carriers offer flights to Kotoka International Airport (ACC) Accra as well, departing from a variety of international cities including Rome, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Cairo, Washington, Johannesburg, New York, Addis Ababa, Nairobi, Dusseldorf and London.
Passengers arriving on flights to Kotoka International Airport (ACC) Accra can expect basic but ample facilities upon arrival. Airport services include currency exchange, ATMs, post office, wireless internet access, light retail and duty free shopping as well as a handful of food and beverage options.
Taxis are the only available transport from the terminal, though with a bit of bargaining prices are quite low. A few rental companies, including Europcar and Avis, offer chauffeured car rentals for passengers disembarking from Flights to Kotoka International Airport (ACC) Accra.