Air Côte d’Ivoire adds four international destinations in the region from Abidjan
Air Côte d’Ivoire, which launched operations on 12 November, added further three routes to its budding Abidjan (ABJ) network. On 13 November, the airline began operating thrice-weekly flights to the Congolese city of Brazzaville (BZV). Three days later, routes to Bamako (BKO) in Mali and Lome (LFW) in Togo were inaugurated; each is offered with twice-weekly frequencies. The carrier will compete against Nouvelle Air (five weekly frequencies) and Mauritania Airlines (three) on the route to Mali, as well as face ASKY’s ten weekly flights on the route to Lome.
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