One of the world’s oldest airline, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has resumed flight operations to Sierra Leone and Liberia on Sunday,26th March, 2017.
KLM Airline which last served Freetown in December 1996 suspended activities in the west african territories due to the brutal civil war.
In a statement earlier released in November 2016, the management of the airline announced the resumption of flight service to Sierra Leone and Liberia, beginning March, 2017. It also stated that the airline will operate Amsterdam – Freetown – Monrovia – Amsterdam route 3 times a week subject to the approval of the government officials.
The news on the resumption of the airline’s service to both Sierra Leone and Liberia after nearly two decades was heartily welcome by citizens of both countries as it demonstrates the peace and stability now prevailing as well as the friendly business opportunities open to potential Investors.