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CAN 2012: Gabon wants Casablanca-Libreville flights strengthened

Football-Gabon – To ensure mass participation by fans in the CAN 2012, the Gabonese authorities have called for the enhancement of flights between Casablanca, in Morocco, and Libreville, the Gabonese capital, PANA learnt from official sources Wednesday.

The Gabonese Minister of Transport, Rémy Osselé Ndong, said in view of this development, the Moroccan airline company, Royal Air Maroc (RAM), should reinforce its flights between the two Casablanca and Libreville, one of the Gabonese cities that will host matches in the joint Gabon-Equatorial Guinea African Cup of Nations.

‘Gabon will need solid partners for the movement of visitors from outside and between the host cities in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea,’ the minister said.

RAM currently operates only two weekly flights between Casablanca and Libreville and this is expected to double during the continental tournament.

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