Goldstar Air, a wholly-owned Ghanaian company has honoured Buipewura Abdulai Jinapor ll, for his tenacity as a zealous defender in the Gonja Traditional Council and his indefatigable leadership as the overlord of the Buipe Traditional Area.
Presenting Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs ) and a citation to the Chief on the occasion of this year’s Damba (BUDA FEST 21) management of Goldstar Air, announced that the company will additionally name one of its aircraft after the Chief.
“We are here today to honour the Chief and to tell him that we will name one of our aircraft after him as well as bring to his notice how we will collaborate and work efficiently and effectively with him in his area, management of Goldstar Air stated.
A speech by the management of Goldstar Air said as part of efforts to bring development to communities across the country his outfit would be collaborating with the Office of the Buipewura on several projects.
The citation described Buipewura as a zealous defender in the Gonja Traditional Council and commended him for his exemplary style of leadership and management skills.
Goldstar Air projects
Management disclosed that the outfit was finalising plans of a project named Goldstar City in Tamale which will see the construction of a hangar for repairing and refurbishing aircraft.
They stressed that the facility when fully operational will open up business opportunities and also position the Northern Region of Ghana to the world.
“Goldstar Air will build a hangar in Tamale for repairs and refurbishing of aircraft and adopt the Tamale airport also as our hub. The airline is coming up with Goldstar City project which will be sited in Tamale and it includes accommodation, training school for our engineers, pilots, cabin crew and other staff of the airline,” a speech by the management explained.
Management also announced that Goldstar Air is also projecting to have a fleet of more than one hundred (modern aircraft to a network of more than ninety key business and leisure destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, Caribbean and North America.
Goldstar Air will have seventy per cent of local content of Ghanaian food, music, movies, and announcements in Ghanaian languages with a language from the North featuring prominently and as well export trained labour through agency on-call, charter and aircraft leasing, management indicated.
The airline’s aim is to advocate the cause of Ghana’s socioeconomic progress by selling made in Ghana items, promoting made in Ghana items, promoting Ghana tourists attractions and projecting the entertainment and cultural sector on board Goldstar Air, management indicated in their speech.