Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Brussels Airlines CEO issues stern warning to Ebola affected States

By Chernor Ojuku, Information Attaché, Sierra Leone Embassy, Brussels/EU
Nov 6, 2014, 17:12

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Brussels Airlines, has warned governments of the three most Ebola affected countries in the Mano River Union basin in West Africa, to ensure strict medical and prevention adherences in order to prevent Ebola-infected passengers from boarding their aircrafts, as “any passenger tested Ebola positive on board Brussels Airlines will provoke an automatic suspension of flights to the three countries of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea”.

Brian Gustin, was addressing Ambassadors of the affected States of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, and Ghana, the incumbent presidency of the Chair of the ECOWAS Authority Heads of State and governments on Tuesday, 4th November, 2014 who had paid a courtesy visit to the headquarters of Brussels Airlines at Zaventem Airport to meet with the CEO and his Deputy as part of the Ebola diplomatic efforts manifested by the embassies in the fight against the deadly Ebola disease in the sub-region..