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Air Ebola: Four Direct Flights into the USA From African Hotspots

Posted By J. Christian Adams On August 8, 2014 @ 8:01 pm In Politics | 20 Comments


With Ebola raging through West Africa, how long would it take for the deadly virus to arrive in the United States?  According to flight timetables, about 12 hours.  Here are four direct flights from Ebola hotspots straight into the USA.

1. United 143 Lagos to Houston

This flight arrives at 5 in the morning from Lagos, Nigeria, a place where Belmont Club had this frightening account of the intersection of corruption and disease. It involved an Ebola victim, upon learning he was infected, urinating on health care workers in a rage. They too ultimately died. The amazing part of the story is how corrupt officials tried to spring the patient free because of his connections.
 

2. Delta 55 Lagos to Atlanta

If instead of Star Alliance, you prefer SkyTeam when travelling from an Ebola hotspot to the United States, Delta 55 arrives in Atlanta at 5 a.m.

3. Arik Air 107

Arik Air provides the authentic Nigerian airline experience. It is scheduled to arrive into New York’s JFK at 4:31 a.m., but rarely does so on time.



4. Delta 478 from Liberia to New York

Delta offers Boeing 767 service straight from the heart of the Ebola outbreak — Roberts International Airport in Liberia. The Delta flight stops over at an airport in Ghana, where other victims of Ebola transited. Ghana is also home to the fruit bat, which is a reservoir for the Ebola virus. Delta service from Liberia was scheduled to end later this month before the Ebola outbreak.


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