29 August 2014

Liberia: SN Brussels New Schedules - Monrovia-Brussels Direct

Monrovia — Brussels Airlines continues its flight operations to and from Monrovia, Conakry and Freetown For operational reasons the airline adapts its flight offer Brussels Airlines is doing its utmost to keep its flight operations to and from Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

The airline has announced today its new flight schedules, adapted to the new operational requirements. The reviewed schedules and flight offer will be valid between September 1st and September 14th. Brussels Airlines apologizes for the inconveniences this adapted offer may cause and wishes to thank its guests and travel trade partners for their understanding.

The safety and well-being of its guests, crew members and ground personnel have always been and will remain the top priority of Brussels Airlines. Based on continuous in-depth risk assessments in close cooperation with health authorities and experts, and the implementation of adapted measures and procedures, Brussels Airlines has worked out a new flight schedule that allows the airline to secure its flight operations from and to Monrovia, Conakry and Freetown.

For operational reasons, all flights leaving from Brussels Airport will make a short technical stop in Dakar (Senegal). The flights out of the three regions to Brussels will be operated without any additional stopover. Brussels Airlines apologizes for the inconveniences these new schedules may cause.

The Belgian airline will keep its guests and travel partners informed about further updates for its flights schedules after 14 September as soon as they are available.


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