Africa World Airlines is set to become a regional operator later this year when it starts serving the capitals of Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
The Ghanaian carrier plans to open routes to Lagos by the end of November and Freetown in early December after securing traffic rights from both countries.
Permits to operate to Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt have also been secured by the Accra-based airline.
Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows that the carrier's fleet consists of two Embraer 175s.
Innovata schedules indicate that the airline will face competition on the route, including from Arik Air and RwandAir.