British Airways has announced an increase in the number of flights operated on its Ghana route.

The company says the general political stability and the economic success of Ghana has prompted this decision.

The increment, which will take effect from the 29th of October this year, will see flight times moved up from the current seven times to ten times a week.

Speaking at a press briefing in Accra on Tuesday, the Commercial Manager-West Africa of British Airways, Kola Olayinka says this will offer more flexibility and options to travelers.

Kola Olayinka said the vibrant commercial history of Ghana places the country in a strategic position in the West African aviation market.