14 April 2014

Liberia: Air Cote d'Ivoire Upbeat On Operations

Monrovia — The Country Manager of Air Cote d'ivore that recently started operations in Liberia, says there are positive signs of growth since his company launched operations here.

Soro Toussaint told FrontPageAfrica in an interview that since his company started operations in Liberia on January 7, 2014,he has observed positive signs from the citizens, especially those flying out of the country to other West African countries and other parts of the continent.

Toussaint said their company was dealing with the National Air Carrier from Cote D'ivoire to Liberia but now their new airline is Air Cote D'ivoire with airbus 319 flying from Abidjan to Monrovia and other West African countries.

Said Toussaint "Liberia and Cote D'ivoire are two sisters countries and citizens of both countries are very happy for the arrival of Air Cote D'ivoire in Liberia and currently I can say passengers traveling from Liberia to other West African countries are now enjoying the fast and smooth operations of our airline."

Air Cote d'ivoir currently operates flights from Abidjan to Monrovia three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday) and from Abidjan they connect to other West and Central African countries.

The Airline Country Manager called on Liberians and foreign nationals to come and discover the advantages of Air Cote D'ivoire, explaining that they are always prepared to seek their passengers' interest first.

"I am pleased to make this call to all Liberians and foreign nationals living in Liberia to come and discover the secret of our airline because I know in Liberia people are used to international carrier and I think it is now time for them to try Air Cote D'ivoire because we are internationally recognized airline and we have all of the necessary facilities that an international air should possess."

Toussaint praised the Liberian people for their positive responses to other foreign nationals and said he hopes that citizens of both Cote D'ivoire and Liberia will put the past behind and now focus on the future on the line of moving the two countries and people forward.

He called on Liberians to get involved in business because he believes business helps to develop every nation, economy and he thinks Liberia is a serious business country from what he has observed for the few months he has lived in the country.

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