By John Ikani
Liberia’s International and only-functioning airport outside the capital, Monrovia is set to stop all night flights from April over bad lighting.
The 10-month suspension will see no flight land at the Roberts International Airport from midnight until 06:00.
Authorities say the move is geared towards connecting the airport to a better electricity supply as bad lighting has recently caused a major airliner to divert and land in neighbouring Sierra Leone
Meanwhile, Air France has announced it will stop flying to Liberia next month, citing economic and other reasons.
This leaves Brussel Airlines as the only Western airline flying to the West African nation.