France Removes Mozambique Airline from Blacklist

France, which had published a blacklist of airlines it had forbidden from flying to the country, has removed Mozambique’s national airline (LAM) from said blacklist.  Mozambique, which noted that the airline had flown to Paris every week since the 1980s without incident, protested the blacklisting, saying that it was unjust and hurt the country’s reputation (?) abroad.  Following an inspection by an outside consultant, the airline was deemed perfectly safe to fly.  LAM hopes to resume Maputo-Paris flights soon.

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