Air France has also suspended flights to Sierra Leone at the request of the French government.
The decision comes after the airline’s staff signed a petition calling on their employer to avoid Ebola-hit countries for their own safety.
Unions representing employees called on the airline to halt its flights to and from West African countries that are grappling with the worst Ebola outbreak ever.
The disease has killed more than 1,400 people in West Africa.
Air France announced that it has temporarily halted its three flights a week to Freetown, Sierra Leone, but said it is maintaining its flights to Conakry, Guinea, and to Lagos, Nigeria, cities it flies to once a day.
The French government said the increasing spread of Ebola notably in Liberia and Sierra Leone prompted its request for suspension of Air France flights to Sierra Leone.
The decision follows an announcement by British Airways that it is extending its flight suspension to Liberia and Sierra Leone to December.
By: Norvan Acquah – Hayford/citifmonline.com/Ghana