Yes, LTU did operate the Ghana flight one time with their
A330-200. But the question is: If Ghana hasn´t the money to
pay for their own two DC-10´s being parked in Rome after
maintenance, how they are gonna pay a sub-charter-carrier such
I think the Airbus is going to the US because of the american
rule that planes without the locked cockpit door aren´t allowed
to land anymore.
By the way Ghana brought in the sole JAT DC-10 on the DUS
for a few weeks now.
For tomorrow DUS
airport still has an DC-10 in their timetable but this
will updated on the actual day only.