Transport in Ghana

Most road services are offered by private companies operating taxis and mini buses, popularly known as “trotros”, within and between the major urban centres. The main state-owned firms are City Express Bus Company Ltd and the Omnibus Services Authority. The Volta, Ankobra, and Tano rivers provide 168 km of perennial navigation, and Lake Volta provides 1,125 kilometres of navigable waterways. Ghana International Airlines (GIA) is the national airline, and it is based at Kotoka International Airport, Accra. The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is the regulatory agency for air transportation in the country.

Transport organisations in Ghana
American Airlines
Apstar Airlines
Astraeus Airlines
Automobile Association of Ghana
Bellview Airlines
Car Rentals Association of Ghana
Cathay Pacific Airway
City Express Service
Emirates Airlines
Ghana Airways Corporation
Ghana Civil Aviation Authority
Ghana International Airlines
Ghana Private Road Transport Union
Ghana Railway Corporation
Kotoka International Airport
Ministry of Roads and Transport
Ministry of Transport
Omnibus Services Authority
Slok Air International
State Transport Corporation
Virgin