British Airways is a global airline and the UK’s flag carrier, flying customers to where they need to be for more than 100 years. It is headquartered in London, England, near its main hub at Heathrow Airport.
The airline connects Britain with the world and the world with Britain, putting customers and sustainability at its heart and providing service excellence.
The airline is the second-largest UK-based carrier, based on fleet size and passengers carried, behind easyJet. Kotoka International Airport is the largest airport in the Republic of Ghana. Situated in the capital Accra, it is currently the hub for British Airways.
Since Kotoka International Airports is the only international airport in the country, all flights from Accra to London originate there. In case you need to sort out a money transfer or exchange bank notes before boarding, Forex Trading Services operates a bureau de change in the Main Terminal building.
For other financial businesses, there is a branch of Zenith Bank Ghana at the Arrivals Hall at Kotoka Airport, in addition to several Ecobank and Barclays Bank ATMs located in both terminals. Before embarking on your long journey, enjoy the comfort and hospitality of VIP lounges at Kotoka Airport.
Sandra Lounge and Adinkra Lounge are located in Terminal 2 while Akwaaba Lounge is situated in Terminal 3. For a one-off fee Economy Class passengers can have access to snacks and beverages, international newspapers, and televised entertainment.
While at Kotoka Airport if you or a friend is feeling unwell or suffering a minor injury, there is an Airport Clinic about 500m from the Main Terminal building and is open 24 hours a day. Otherwise, you can find medical supplies and over-the-counter medications at the chemists located in Terminal 3.
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Cost of Flights from Kotoka International
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How long does it take to fly from Accra to London?
Non-stop flight time from Accra to London is around 6 hours 45 minutes. The fastest one-stop flight between Accra and London takes close to 9 hours. However, some airlines could take as long as 37 hours based on the stopover destination and waiting duration.
This is the average non-stop flight time from Accra to any of the 4 airports in London. Apparently, connecting flights and direct flights with stopovers take a longer time than non-stop flights. In such cases, Accra – London flight time depends on the layover destination specified by your airline or the one you choose while booking your ticket. Waiting time at intermediate airports could be anywhere between 1 hr to 24 hrs.
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