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KLM returns to Sierra Leone and Liberia

KLM returns to Sierra Leone and Liberia

The Dutch airline, KLM, has announced the resumption of flights to Freetown in Sierra Leone and Monrovia in Liberia for the first time in 20 years. KLM, the flag carrier of the Netherlands, which is part of the Air France-KLM Group, abandoned the two countries at the height of their civil wars in the 1990s. In Sierra Leone, the last KLM flight left on December 25, 1996.
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