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Lone Star Air is a startup airline, and will be the new national carrier of the Republic of Liberia. The airline was established in a partnership between the Liberian Government and Ghanaian carrier, Goldstar Air. The airline will have the following motto: ‘the wings of Liberia’.
The airline will be a low-cost carrier, providing affordable flights within the Republic of Liberia and to neighbouring countries in West Africa, including Ghana.
Liberia’s national airline previously ceased operations 30 years ago, in 1990, so this revival will be very exciting for the country’s economy. The government hopes that reestablishing the airline will help foster more tourism across Liberia. There will be a heavy focus on tourist routes.
Lone Star Air is a planned airline and has yet to commence flights.
Flights are expected to begin in 2021.
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The airline has yet to announce what the baggage allowance will be for passengers.
Airjet passengers must check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.
The airline has yet to announce whether online check-in will be available.
This information is not currently available.
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Monrovia Roberts International Airport (IATA: ROB), which is also informally known as Robertsfield, is an international airport in Liberia. The airport is located near the town of Harbel in, Margibi County, about 35 miles outside of the nation's capital of Monrovia. International airlines to also fly to Monrovia Roberts International Airport include: Africa World Airlines, Air Côte d'Ivoire, Air France, ASKY Airlines, Brussels Airlines, and Kenya Airways.
As of October 2020, the airline has yet to announce what aircraft it will have in its 2021 fleet. Back when the airline was previously operating over 30 years ago, Lone Star Air operated flights using an Embraer ERJ-135.