Starbow flight ‘crash-lands’ at KIA

The plane (arrowed) was Kumasi-bound

A Kumasi-bound Starbow Airline flight ‘crash-landed’ 12 noon Saturday due to heavy wind, following a downpour.

Three passengers were seriously injured.

While two were treated and discharged, one is still on admission at the Airport Clinic, where they were sent to for medical treatment.

Meanwhile, passengers were highly upset over refusal by authorities of the Airline to refund their monies in full.

Most of them who were stranded at the domestic section of the Kotoka International Airport were angered by the “unfair” treatment by the Airline.

They claimed Starbow had promised to refund GH¢400 out of the over GH¢500 airfare.

Managers of the Airline have been tightlipped about the real cause of the accident but sources say it was due to the rains.

Other domestic flights to Kumasi and Tamale were delayed as a result of the incident.

By Catherine Frimpongmaa||Ghana

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