Any Airline That Brings In An Unvaccinated Person Into Ghana Will Be Subcharged $3,500 Per Person- GACL

GACL announces a tall list of COVID-19 guidelines to be followed for all arrivals at the Kotoka International Airport during the festive period.⁠

The Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) has reportedly warned that airlines flying passengers into Ghana will be surcharged if they bring any unvaccinated persons into the country.⁠


In a statement, the GACL announced a tall list of COVID-19 guidelines to be followed for all arrivals at the Kotoka International Airport during the festive period.⁠

The Aviation Authority said airlines that bring unvaccinated passengers into Ghana will be surcharged $3,500 per passenger.⁠

“Airlines that bring passengers to Kotoka International Airport who are not fully vaccinated shall be surcharged $3500 per passenger,” a section of the statement said.⁠

“All passengers are required to present evidence of having filled Ghana’s Health Declaration Form (HDF) at www.ghs-hdf.org at the point of embarkation.⁠

“Airlines that bring passengers to Kotoka International Airport who had not filled HDF shall be surcharged $3500 per passenger.”⁠

The GACL further stated that all arriving passengers must possess a COVID-19 negative PCR test from an accredited laboratory in the country of origin.⁠

Meanwhile, the test should have been done not more than 72 hours before the scheduled departure time from the country of origin.⁠

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