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OLDSTAR AIR, a wholly owned Ghanaian Airline has been conferred Most Promising Airline Company of the Year at the Quality Excellence Awards

GOLDSTAR AIR, a wholly owned Ghanaian Airline has been conferred Most Promising Airline Company of the Year at the Quality Excellence Awards on Saturday, 2nd December, 2017 at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra.

The decision of Awarding the airline for a quality service Excellence Award was arrived at having carefully evaluated the business performance, the strives for the highest customer satisfaction which characterizes strong positive relationship through mutual support and respect for their existing loyalty, conduct and achievement during the year under review.

The award scheme is a prestigious annual scheme, which cuts across the whole of Ghana with the aim of centralizing the strength and relationship that exists between customers and organizations. The quality service excellence awards include, Transport Industry, Banking Industry, Manufacturing Industry, Packing and Unpacking Industry, Hospitality Industry, Automotive Industry and Security Industry. The theme for this year’s awards is “AWARDING LOYALTY THROUGH SERVICE”. Due to the high level of competition in the market between organizations competing for same customer/end users, Gehab Events, the proud organizer of the QUALITY EXCELLENCE AWARDS has authenticate the Awardee and his working team for this prestigious award.

Goldstar Air impressive stride in corporate social responsibility, corporate vision and its inspiration to others and pioneering innovations in Ghana is a critical part of the country’s transformation toward economy growth.

According to the Executive Chairman, Mr. Eric Bannerman, the airline’s great work has increasingly being recognized, which mark another milestone for Goldstar Air and is a testament of the diligent execution of the Airline Strategic initiative to leverage its local and global exposure as well as presence to drive positive change in the country and African as a whole for smooth take off.

Goldstar Air will be flying to twelve destinations worldwide, namely: London, Dubai, Baltimore Washington International, Guangzhou, Providence International Airport, Lagos, Abidjan, Monrovia, Freetown, Conakry, Banjul and Dakar. Our  intentions as Ghanaians is to build a state of the Art and Trend-Setting Aviation industry able to compete within the international market in terms of Safety, Quality, Reliability, Punctuality, Efficiency and Costs.

Goldstar Air will improve the Ghanaian economy through the provision of affordable and available international business and also improve the lives of Ghanaians through the provision of affordable and available international travel and provide Job opportunities and aviation related training to Ghanaian especially the youth.

Goldstar Air will be creating a minimum of five thousand direct and indirect jobs in Ghana. Some of the jobs which the youth will benefit from, are: Pilots, Ground Service Crew, Service person in maintenance, Cabin crew, Counter Agents, Travel Agents, Tour operators, Country Managers, Station Managers, Accountants, flight dispatchers, drivers, Marketing Personnel, Air Marshalls, Cargo Agents, Movies Producers, Catering Services, Music Producers, Hotel Accommodations, Fuel Suppliers, etc.

Felicia Cobblah, Head of Human Resource received the award on behalf of Goldstar Air, and presented by Nana Sarfo Kantanka. The Executive Chairman, Eric Bannerman, the Director of Communication, Theophilus Wilson Edzie and the Cabin Crew Supervisor, Edmund Lamptey were all present.

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Nana Sarfo Kantanka, Edmund Lamptey (Cabin Crew Supervisor), Eric Bannerman (Executive Chairman) Felicia Cobblah (Head of Human Resource) and Theophilus Wilson Edzie (Director of Communication) partly covered

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