Wisdom Exchange TV guest Sibongile Sambo from South Africa.

Sibongile-SamboMeet Sibongile Sambo  founder and CEO of SRS Aviation the first black female owned aviation company. SRS offers professional and personalized flight options to destinations all over the world. It includes VIP Charter, tourist charter, and helicopter services.

At a young age, Sambo had a desire to work with planes but the air requirement for an air hostess prevented her from doing so. However, her dream to work with planes became a reality with the passing of the Black Economic Empowerment Act in 2003. The passing of the act enabled people with disadvantaged backgrounds to partake in the economic world as entrepreneurs. After her receiving family loans and work experience, her very own airline company was born.

Now, according to Forbes, SRS is a great success and makes an annual revenue of several million dollars.

Great job!

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LufthansaGhanaian passengers can now travel on Lufthansa’s Accra-Frankfurt route five days a week; except Mondays and Tuesdays as the airline added another flight for the purpose of giving passengers more travelling options

The airline’s flight departs Accra at 20:50 local time –first flight to leave Accra to Europe each evening—and arrives at Frankfurt at 05:20 local time the following morning with one-ward connectivity to hundreds of destinations.

The return flight departs Frankfurt at 14:35 local time, arrives Accra at 19:00local time –first flight to arrive into Accra from Europe.

Lufthansa introduced a three-compartment wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft on the Accra- Frankfurt route in March. The new refurbished aircraft has eight seats in first class; 48 seats in business class and 165 seats in Economy cabin.

Passengers in first class cabin get to enjoy lie- flat beds, aisle partition that ensures privacy, excellent ambience, and delicious cuisine. It offers a convenient storage area for each passenger. The entertainment system on board offers different genre of music and movies to suit every taste. Passengers are also welcomed to their seats with a lovely red rose.

Business class cabin offers passengers full-flat seats and nicely designed seating arrangement that offers enough arm rest area for all passengers. Passengers are also able to enjoy adjustable large monitor to suite their sleeping or seating posture. Passengers are also treated to delicious cuisine that Lufthansa has been known for over the years.

Economy passengers on Lufthansa get to enjoy more leg room on the new Lufthansa A330. The seats are also very comfortable.

The menu on offer from Accra includes Ghanaian dishes such as Kelewele, Jollof rice, red red, and grilled chicken. One of these is available in all cabins.

Source Business World Ghana