Accra International Airport
Located about seven miles (12km) north of Accra, Kotoka International Airport is the largest airport in Ghana and a travel hub for West Africa. One of only a handful of airports in Africa accredited for direct flights to the US, Kotoka International Airport serves passengers on flights around Africa as well as to Europe and North America.
Kotoka International Airport can be a bit chaotic for some travellers, with long queues and delays a common occurrence. A few shops and restaurants are all that are offered in the way of entertainment. Passengers should definitely bring a good book and a lot of patience.
The airport is situated seven miles (12km) from Accra city centre.
Getting to the city
Taxis are the best option for getting to the city centre and can usually be found in the car park outside the arrivals exit. The journey to the city centre can take anything between 25 minutes and an hour, depending on traffic. It is also possible to rent a car at the airport.
Local time is GMT.
Tel: +233 302 550 612
Car rental companies have booths outside the arrivals hall.
Taxis are available from the stand outside the terminal and usually park just outside the arrivals exit. They are unmetered so the fare should be agreed upon in advance.
Transfer between terminals
The terminals are connected by a walkway.
Facilities include shops and duty-free shopping, lounges, snack bars, restaurants, ATMs and currency exchange services.
There is plentiful parking at the airport, and a designated drop-off area in front of the terminal.
Flights to Kotoka International Airport are available via British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Delta, EgyptAir, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, KLM, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines and United Airlines.
Kotoka International Airport offers free WiFi in the lounges.
Accra International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.