According to the GACL, Mr. McKorley with impunity disregarded a directive to cancel the launch of his private jet services over safety precautions.
McDan violated aviation safety precautions during outdoor of private terminal - GACL
The Ghana Airports Company has accused the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of McDan Group Daniel McKorley for blatantly breaking aviation safety precautions during the launch of his private jet services at the Terminal 1 of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra on Friday, January 28, 2022.
In a statement circulating on social media, the GACL alleged that McDan has also failed to respond and engage with the Airports company on matters relating to his private jet project.
McDan Aviation’s private jet services is a first of its kind in the sub-region and “will cater to high-end clientele with a sense of optimizing luxury, and for corporate executives seeking to leverage quick and efficient commute for the purpose of business.”
Daniel Mckorley has revealed that the private jet services will serve the needs of high-end customers in a state of elegance while providing a quick and efficient journey for corporate clients on their business trips.
Some special services that customers will enjoy include; separate entrance and guarded parking place provide the maximum comfort, safety and confidentiality.
Executive Protection and Escorting, Customs and passport checkpoints equipped with the newest equipment and operated accurately and promptly.
Duty-free shop and cosy lounge and waiting rooms; where guests can relax and enjoy the snacks and coffee, or read the latest news.
Read the GACL full statement below;
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