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Colombe Air resumes services

Posted 8 November 2016 · Add Comment

Burkina Faso's Colombe Air has resumed commercial passenger flights after a near year-long suspension of operations, reports ch-aviation.

Its only route entails shuttle services between the capital, Ouagadougou and the country’s second city of Bobo Dioulasso, but there are plans at some point to add Bamako in Mali, Abijan, in Nigeria and Accra in Ghana

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