What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Home is the eastern shore of Maryland. Monrovia is not an easy city to get to. There are limited flights and they do not operate every day. Best flight is Brussels Air which usually flies every other day. You can also fly Air Morocco through Casablanca. Travel is always a day and can even be longer depending which way you are flying. - Aug 2019


We live in the Boston area (MA). A good flight connection includes two flights, however most of the time we had three connections to make, which can harder when travelling with two small children. It is expensive to fly to this country and there are not many options, as not a lot of airlines fly here. - Aug 2019


Grand Rapids, Michigan. Travel on Brussells Air takes 22 hours, connecting in Brussels and Chicago. Travel on Royal Air Maroc is a bit less expensive but takes 36 hours. Travel in and out of Monrovia is difficult and expensive. Flights do not run every day of the week. To travel direct to Morrocco or Brussels it's around $1,200. Even flights within West Africa are pricey. - Aug 2019


San Francisco, now KLM have started flying directly to Monrovia again. It's approximately 7 hrs to AMS then 11 hrs to SFO. - Nov 2017


East Coast USA - requires connection in Brussels, Casablanca, or Accra. - Jun 2016


Home is near Philadelphia. The last time I did it, it took about 24 hours with layovers included. Monrovia to Brussels (with a touchdown in Dakar) to Washington to Philadelphia. - Aug 2015


From USA to here is about 24 hours with stop-overs. - Dec 2013


Washington, D.C. to Liberia can range from about 14-16 hours. Depending on your airline, you can traverse through New York, Brussels or London. - Dec 2012


Flights from the east cost transit through Brussels. But Delta is planning flights from Atlanta to commence in the Fall of 2010. - Aug 2010


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