Brussels Airlines to repatriate stranded Ghanaians from Brussels to Accra on 11 August

  • The returnees will undergo 14 days mandatory quarantine upon arrival

The Embassy of Ghana in Brussels has partnered with Brussels Airlines to airlift stranded Ghanaians to Accra Tuesday, August 11. The flight would be for Ghanaian as well as resident permit holders who will undertake the 14-days mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

A statement by the Embassy noted that passengers who are already in possession of Brussels Airlines tickets to Accra will be allowed to use those tickets for the flight.
Such travellers are to furnish the Embassy with a copy of their ticket. Alternatively, the ticket number and code should be provided.

Also, passengers are to note that they will pay for the cost of mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated hotels and must be paid directly to the selected hotel before passengers will be allowed to travel.

Cost of travel stands at  €1800.00 (Business Class), €1000.00 (Premium Economy) and €900.00 (Economy).

Source: GhanaWeb


  1. Please, is the any news on when Ghana will allow foreign nationals to return home across the globe (especially UK)? Thousands of us stuck for 5 months with no information. Many loosing jobs and homes. Ghana has not many any exceptions to those stranded due to local border closures. Seems unfair they do not show same concern for others, that came here in good faith.


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