Wednesday, August 09, 2006

British Airways to resume flights to Sierra Leone

  British Airways will start its flights to Sierra Leone and Senegal on October 30 this year, a release from the British High Commission states Monday. BMED's Chief Executive, David Richardson said the introduction of the services to West Africa forms the latest phases in their current programme of progressive business. 'We have identified a clear need for direct air links with Freetown and Dakar,' he said, adding that the destinations are ideally suited to their fleet and the style of service that BMED offers. David Richardson disclosed that they are envisaging good prospects for sustainable growth in these emerging markets, as BMED delivery services are in conformity with British Airways standards and specifications. (read more)