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December 4, 2016 (ADDIS ABABA) – Qatar Airways announced it was suspending all flights to Eritrea, two years after launching flights to the reclusive East African nation.
The company, on its website, said flights between Doha and Asmara are suspended from 4 December as a result of “operational requirements”.
The suspension, the airline entity added, would carry on until further notice.
It, however, clarified that its Asmara office would remain open till end of February (...)
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