Passion Air, also known as Pisces Aviation, is a domestic airline in Ghana with its head office located in Accra. Founded in 2017 by local businessman Edward Annan in partnership with DAC Aviation of Kenya, the airline commenced operations in August 2018. Its main operating base is Kotoka International Airport in Accra. As of 2022, Passion Air is the second largest airline in Ghana, having transported 383,446 passengers and holding a 45% share of the domestic market. The airline made headlines in February 2021 when it operated its first flight with an all-female crew from Accra to Tamale and is also known for hiring Ghana’s youngest female pilot.
Passion Air operates domestic flights within Ghana, connecting key cities and regions. From its hub at Kotoka International Airport in Accra, the airline serves a total of six destinations, offering vital connectivity and encouraging domestic tourism and business travel across the country.
The Passion Air fleet consists of a total of 5 aircraft, which includes 2 Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s, with a passenger capacity of 78, and 3 Bombardier Dash 8 Q300s, with a capacity of 50 passengers. These aircraft are known for their efficiency and reliability, making them ideal for the short to medium-haul routes that Passion Air operates within Ghana.
- IATA: OP
- ICAO: DIG
Official site: flypassionair.com