Yep. Ghana's president, Nana Akufo-Addo, granted Gyan his approval for a license at the African Air Expo in Kotoka. Gyan's business will be called Baby Jet Airlines, which is apparently also the forward's nickname.
This is not Baby Jet's first business venture outside of football. In 2012 he turned his attention towards boxing promotion. Gyan has also dabbled in transport, real estate, and detergent ventures on the side of his football career. This has helped make him one of Africa's wealthiest footballers.