Air Cote d’Ivoire has become the latest to join the growing number of airlines that have suspended flights to Ebola stricken countries.
The airline which made the announcement today said it will resume flights to the Ebola stricken countries that is Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia when the situation normalizes.
Citi Business News has learnt another airline Rwanda Air may also soon suspend flights to Ebola stricken countries soon.
The latest development is despite calls from the World Health Organization (WHO) for airlines to desist from such moves.
A number of airlines including Korean Air Lines, Kenya airways and the Emirates airline have suspended flights to Ebola stricken countries.