Where is Accra in the world?

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Accra is the capital city of Ghana which is located in West Africa. The population of Accra is half that of London with 4.2million people. London has around 8 million. Accra consist of 17 districts or areas and all the districts are part of the Greater Accra Region. The Greater Accra region is one of the 16 regional capitals of Ghana.

The 16 regional capitals of Ghana are

  1. Greater Accra Region – Accra

How to get to Accra

The best and most practical way to travel Accra in Ghana from outside of West Africa is by air. Ghana no longer has a national national carrier but there are a number of airlines who provide scheduled and daily flights to the main international Airport Kotoka. The other international airport in Ghana is located in Kumasi. In all Ghana has 2 international airports and 7 regional airports serving some of the furthest regions. To get to some of these regional airports customers can book on Passion Air or Africa World Airlines.

Main 11 airlines who fly scheduled flights to Accra in Ghana

  • British Airways
  • KLM
  • Emirates
  • Flytap
  • Delta
  • Ethiopian
  • Air France
  • Egypt Air
  • American Airlines
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Royal Air Morac

How long does it take to get to Ghana

  • From Europe between 6 to 8 hrs dependent on location and stop offs
  • From USA between 14 to 14 hrs dependent on location and stop offs
  • From the Middle East from 7 to 10 hours dependent on location and stop offs

How much are flights to Accra

Flight prices can vary dependent on where you are travelling from and who you are flying with. From Europe flights can start as low as £400. From the USA flights can start from $1300. From the Middle East example Dubai flights start from $570

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Working with off site teams to create content and providing insights on all things Ghana related. Always keen to hear from people traveling to Ghana or living in Ghana. As there is so much to see and do and write about