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About the Airport

Leon Mba in Libreville, 1st airport in Gabon
Leon Mba International Airport was named after the first President of the Republic of Gabon who governed from 1961 to 1967. Since its construction in the 1950s, Libreville airport has continued to improve and adapt its structure to welcome a multitude of airplanes. At the end of the 1960s, it adapted to very big carriers like the Boeing 747. Air navigation and landing equipment, instruments that are compliant with international specifications… everything is designed to access the airport in any local weather conditions. Thanks to its constant evolution, Libreville has become the main airport in Gabon, and the only one serving international destinations. In 2018, the number of passengers transiting through the airport reached 700,000!

13 airlines and 22 destinations served
13 airlines present scheduled flights from Libreville airport: Air France, Afrijet, Asky, Ceiba Intercontinental, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Rwandair, Transair Congo, Camair-Co, Turkish Airlines, Tropical Air and Air Côte d’Ivoire. From Libreville, 22 destinations are served, including 20 international destinations in Africa and Europe: Benin (Cotonou), Cameroon (Douala and Yaoundé), Congo (Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire), Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa), Equatorial Guinea (Malabo), Ethiopia (Addis Ababa), France (Paris), Gabon (Port-Gentil and Franceville), Ivory Coast (Abidjan), Kenya (Nairobi), Mali (Bamako), Mauritania (Nouakchott), Morocco (Casablanca), Nigeria (Lagos), Rwanda (Kigali), Sao Tome and Principe (Sao Tome), South Africa (Johannesburg), Togo (Lomé), Turkey (Istanbul).

Two terminals to ensure a smooth traffic flow
Terminal 1 is the main terminal of Leon Mba airport, it allows for boarding on national and international flights. Covering 16,000 m2, it can accommodate up to 1.2 million passengers per year. The terminal has many shops and restaurants, as well as many services.

Terminal 2 is reserved for regional and national flights with Afrijet airline.

A special location
Located about fifteen minutes from the heart of the city, the airport is very easily accessible. It was built on the waterfront: all you have to do is cross the street and you will immediately find yourself at the beach. This discrepancy between modernity and nature is Gabon’s hallmark.

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Development / Perspectives

A renewal for Libreville airport
In recent times Leon Mba International Airport, Libreville has seen a lot of changes. In October 2018 The Government of Gabon changed the management of the airport to GSEZ-Airport, which is a PPP company with Government of Gabon, Africa Finance Corporation and Olam International as its major shareholders.
Since takeover, GSEZ-Airport has made significant amount of changes to the Infrastructure of the airport to improve, Passenger Facilities, Safety and Security. Following are some of the highlights:

  • Strengthen baggage handling systems
  • Reinforce security equipment
  • Introduce CUTE & BRS systems
  • Reinforce IT networks and datacenters
  • Improve stakeholder management (services to airlines such as caterers, fuelers, etc)
  • Human resource development

A new airport planned for 2023
GSEZ Airport is thinking big for Libreville, with the construction of a new airport that meets international standards. Its goal: becoming the most efficient airport hub in Central Africa, while improving the regional and international connectivity with frequency increase, and opening new destinations.

The future airport will be the most efficient and modern in the region. It has been designed to facilitate world class transit for passengers. Hotels and other commercial infrastructure will be created around the airport as part of a larger real estate development

The future airport in a few figures:

  • Located 30 km from the city centre of Libreville
  • Spread over 4,000 Ha land
  • Capacity of 2.5 million passengers (up to 5 million passengers in phase II)
  • 3500m runway
  • 24,000 m2 terminal

QHSE / SMS

Security, a priority commitment

Gsez Airport’s management is committed to achieve the highest level of safety and to comply with national and international standards. The SMS (Security Management System) defines the individual and collective responsibilities of every parties involved. QHSE management (Quality, Hygiene, Safety, Environment) allows the airport to benefit from a high-performance activity in a controlled security environment.

Security Policy

Security Policy

See the airport’s commitments by downloading the security policy statement

Medical Emergency

Medical Emergency

The health and first aid centre, which meets public health standards in Gabon, is open 24 hours a day. It is located in the main hall, to the right of the international arrivals. For more information, please call +241 062 28 84 01

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