Slok Air International was a scheduled airline that was registered in Gambia but headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria.
It operated its flights out of its hub at Banjul International Airport and flew to 8 destinations within Africa.
Unfortunately, all services by Slok Air were halted in 2007 due to maintenance issues. Operations resumed in early 2008 however the airline reportedly suffered financial difficulties and stopped flying altogether.
It is rumoured that Slok Air International resumed operations in 2009, however, this has not been confirmed.
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Before Slok Air International ceased all air operations, it served its routes with one Boeing 737-200. The airline had 6 aircraft in total but used only one for its scheduled passenger services.
Banjul International Airport is the international airport of Banjul in The Gambia. It is the only airport that services the country and was built during World War II.
A wide variety of airlines frequently fly to Banjul International Airport including Air Senegal, Brussels Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, TAP Air Portugal, Turkish Airlines and Vueling.