Ghana are on their way to Nelspruit for the crucial semi-final clash with neighbours Burkina Faso on Wednesday in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
The game will take place at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit after the four-time African champions edged out debutants Cape Verde whiles the Stallions raced ahead of the Sparrow Hawks of Togo.
According to the Ghana FA website, the Blue Sharks were onboard the chartered flight that will take about an hour and thirty minutes.
Both sides exchanged pleasantries on board after the Blue Sharks entered the plane blaring the music of Ghanaian musician, Castro - African Girls - that featured Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan
Burkina Faso set up the last four meeting after beating Togo 1-0 on Sunday, a day after Ghana were 2-0 winners over Cape Verde.
For the Stallions, It is only the second time they will be playing at the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. The last time came when they hosted the tournament in 1998.