Africa World Airlines (AWA) on Monday marked three years with a health walk, a donation to the 37 Military Hospital among other activities.
The airline donated surgical gloves, face masks, nursing caps, gowns among other items to the hospital valued at GHC5,000.
The donation was made after the health walk by both management and staff of the company.
Head of HR and IT at AWA, Christabel Amegayibor, said the domestic carrier made the donation to the hospital a cardinal part of its three years anniversary because of the airline’s commitment to corporate social responsibility.
As part of the three years anniversary celebrations, the company also donated GHC5000 to the Asogoli Educational Fund that supports bright but needy students.
The Ghana Tourist Board ‘Best Airline for 2015’ also presented various gifts to their passengers on Monday September 21, 2015.
“It is has been a turbulent three years, but consistency, reliability and excellence has kept us going”, said Christabel Amegayibor.
Chief Executive of AWA Michael Cheng Luo said although the airline, like most other airlines across the world, is bleeding financially the company is determined to step up its charity works even more.
“No matter how difficult it is to run the airline, we will continue to do more charity activities in the future,” said Mr Luo.
Africa World Airlines is currently one of the fastest growing airlines in Ghana. AWA currently runs evening flights from the Kotoka International Airport to Kumasi, morning flights from Accra to Tamale. Other destinations include Takoradi and Lagos.