Ghana’s Starbow Airlines has shut down entirely. The airline had suspended operations on 26 November following an accident to its newly-delivered ATR72-500, and then dismissed many of its employees on 30 November. It’s sole operational aircraft, Avro RJ100 9G-SBE (msn E3332), was ferried to Malta on 30 November. A committee has been named to investigate the accident to Starbow’s ATR72. 9G-SBE has now been re-registered as M-NONA to the Nona Trade Corporation GMBH. She was noted at Malta on 4 January, still wearing basic Starbow colors but devoid of titles, logo, or registration.
Recent news items on Starbow Airlines:
- Starbow to restart operations? (2018-05-09)
- Starbow Avro RJ100 flown to Malta (2017-12-02)
- Starbow suspends operations (2017-11-26)
- Executive Jet Support acquires former Starbow BAe 146 for parts (2017-06-08)
- Avro RJ100 delivered to Starbow (2016-09-18)