Aero Surveys Limited, which trades as Starbow, is a Ghanaian privately owned airline headquartered in Osu, Accra,Ghana. Starbow claims to be the largest Ghanaian airline measured by passengers carried; Despite a brief regional expansion, the airline now only operates domestic flights, from its base at Kotoka International Airport, Accra.
Aero Surveys Limited(operating under the trade name “Starbow”), is the largest Ghanaian airline by passengers carried, and has credited with changing the face of the aviation in Ghana by way of its fleet, schedule, reliability, adherence to safety and on-time performance. It currently operates domestically to three destinations from its base at Kotoka International Airport, namely Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale.
The fleet consists of three BAe 146-300 and one BAe 146-200 aircraft. Starbow’s BAe jets represent the first of its kind on the domestic front in Ghana, introducing real comfort and affordable luxury to the flying public. Starbow has helped change a previously held perception that flying domestically was the preserve of the rich and affluent in society.
Starbow currently operates 46 departures a week and holds the largest market share of any carrier in the markets it operates in.
Aero Surveys Limited was incorporated in October 1995 and begun trading under the name Starbow in 2011. It launched its inaugural flight to Kumasi in September 2011 and has continued to see tremendous growth in its operations since then.
Starbow ultimately intends to provide direct flight services from Accra to other West African cities, making it easy and attractive to commute within the sub-region for either business or leisure.