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West Africa sees new Italian connections

Posted 12 August 2016 · Add Comment

Accra and Lagos now have new connections to Milan, Italy as Meridiana began services from Malpensa to the two African major cities.

It will be operating once weekly using Boeing 767s.
Meridiana will be operating a number of African routes this winter from its Milan hub to Cairo, Cape Verde, Sharm el-Sheikh, Mauritius, Mombasa and Zanzibar, principally on tourism-driven flights.
 

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