How to check in at Kotoka International Airport Terminal 3



Arrive at the airport with plenty of time before your flight. It is recommended to arrive at least 2-3 hours before your flight for international departures.

Before you proceed to check in at the Kotoka International Airport Terminal 3, make sure you are not carrying any liquid in your carry-on luggage unless it’s not more than 100ml. I prefer keeping all liquids in check-in luggage unless I will need them onboard.

If you are traveling with any agricultural produce, obtain the necessary permit at the airport before checking in.

Once you are done with the above, follow these steps to check in at Kotoka International Airport Terminal 3:

Go to the check-in counters

The check-in counters are located at the departure hall. You can know your check-in counter by checking on the monitors. Then look for the signboards that indicate your airline’s check-in counter.

Airport monitors

Queue at the counter

Join the queue at your airline’s check-in counter. Make sure you have your passport, travel documents, and flight itinerary ready to present to the airline staff. Additional documents like a visa, yellow fever vaccination card, and others may be required depending on your destination.

Israel Bansah queues to check-in for a flight to Dubai

Luggage Dropoff

Hand over your luggage to the airline staff, who will weigh and label your baggage and give you your boarding pass.

Once you have completed the check-in process, proceed to the immigration and security checkpoint for screening.

After passing through security, you will enter the departure area of the airport where you can access duty-free shops, restaurants, and other facilities.


Wait for your flight at the designated gate, which will be indicated on your boarding pass.

It is important to note that the check-in process may vary depending on your airline and destination, so it’s always a good idea to check with your airline in advance to confirm their check-in procedures and requirements.

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Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian Travel Blogger, Travel and Tourism Consultant, and Anti-human Trafficking And Safe Migration advocate. Akesse loves everything Travel & Tourism and aims to see every single country in the world.


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