The seizure of the strike follows the intervention of the Minister of Transport, Dzifa Attivor who met with air traffic controllers to resolve issues for which they had embarked on the strike.
The strike action had resulted in scores of travellers stranded at the Kotoka International Airport and other regional airports for about nine hours on Tuesday.
GATCA had raised concerns of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority facing challenges in the restructuring of the Authority on global standards.
They indicated Togo and Benin had challenges with managing the upper airspaces of the three States and Ghana has not been able to attain FAA Category One.
Addressing the issue Dzifa Attivor indicated the team assigned to tackle the issue was still working on it.
“The president sent me to Togo and Benin to deliver a letter to his colleague presidents and after that we had a meeting in Dakar, Office of the ICAO and a team was put together to resolve the impasse and I believe that is ongoing” she said.
She indicated GATCA had also raised concerns of the absence of a deputy director general technical of the civil aviation authority. She said the recommendation made by the board has been sent to the president awaiting approval.
By: Anim Boadu/citifmonline.com/Ghana