British Airways has temporarily suspended all flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia due to the Ebola outbreak.
The airline confirmed all its flights to and from the respective capitals of Freetown and Monrovia have been suspended until August 31 because of the "deteriorating public health situation" in both countries.
The safety of our customers, crew and ground teams is always our top priority and we will keep the route under constant review in the coming weeks.
Customers with tickets on those routes are being offered a range of options including a full refund and the ability to rebook their flights to a later date.
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