Aviation analyst Sean Mendes has asked government to stick t the policies and guidelines it makes with regards travels so as to boost traveller confidence.
According to him, changes should not be made to the protocols "anyhow" because this will discourage international visitors from travelling to the country.
Speaking to Citi Business news, the analyst said government should take critical matters of consumer confidence instead of focusing on the spread of the virus through travels as it has proven to be very low.
"I think the biggest challenge for the aviation sector in 2022 will be that governments and decision-makers must be committed to the policies they put in place and not keep chopping and changing them. Consumer confidence is really more important than the actual risk of spreading the disease through travel, which has been established to be pretty low. A person in the U.S, for example, is not going to book a trip to Ghana if they thing that 3 months down the line when I'm departing the rules are going to change or there may be a travel ban or something like that."
The aviation sector, despite the strong performance of Ghana's domestic travel in 2021, is still underperforming. This he believes could be made better if government makes solid policies and stick by them.