Ebola: British Airways stops flights to Liberia, Sierra Leone until 2015

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British Airways extended to 2015 its suspension flights to and Sierra Leone due to concerns about spread deadly virus it announced on Tuesday.

“British Airways has suspended flights to and and Sierra Leone until 31 December 2014 due to concerns about public health situation in both countries,” airline said in a .

“The safety our customers, crew and ground teams is always our priority and we keep the routes constant in the coming weeks.”[eap_ad_2]
The airline had previously suspended its flights until September.

Normally, the carrier operates a route four times a week between London’s Heathrow and Freetown in Sierra Leone, with a connection to the Liberian capital Monrovia.
The airline said customers with tickets booked on those routes could have a refund, rebook for a later date, or rearrange to fly of , Kenya or Nigeria.

Over 1,400 have died in Guinea, and Sierra Leone since the start of the year in the worst ever outbreak of the virus.[eap_ad_3]