Fly4Africa is an airline in Malabo and started its certification process at the end of 2021. The process is led by Angel Ronda, a Spanish pilot and entrepreneur who's involved in flyMellila. He also has good relationships with Air Europa, Wamos and Plus Ultra.
As of January 2022, not a lot of information has been released regarding the airline and has yet to be certified.
Fly4Africa hasn't confirmed the destinations they will be operating. Please refer to the airline website for more information closer to the launch.
Fly4Africa hasn't announced their carry-on baggage allowance.
Your carry-on baggage must fit in the overhead lockers and under the seat in front of you for safety reasons. Any items violate the carry-on baggage policy will be transported as checked baggage instead.
Fly4Africa hasn't announced their checked baggage allowance.
Checked baggage must not weigh more than 32kg (70lbs) and/or oversized, otherwise, the airline may treat it as cargo. If your baggage weighs over the permitted free baggage allowance, you'll be charged a fee.
Online check-in information has yet to become available.
You're advised to check-in online prior to arriving at the airport. You should have your travel information and travel documentation ready for online check-in.
When you've completed online check-in, you may obtain your boarding pass ready for check-in.
Airport check-in information has yet to become available.
You should always arrive at the airport ahead of time. At Alternative Airlines, we advise that you arrive at the airport 2 hours before for domestic flights and 3 hours before for international flights. This would prevent you from missing your flight.
When you're at the airport, you should report directly to the airline check-in counter with your checked baggage. Once you've checked-in, you can proceed to airport security and the boarding gate.
A frequent flyer programme isn't currently available for the airline.
Fly4Africa isn't a member of any airline alliances.
Fly4Africa will be flying with a fleet of Embraer 190, a narrowbody jet utilised by a lot of European and South American carriers.
Malabo International Airport, also known as Saint Isabel Airport, is located at Punta Euroa in Equatorial Guinea. It's a small airport with a single runway operation and only accommodates a handful of airlines including Air France, CEIBA Intercontinental, Cronos Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Lufthansa, Royal Air Maroc and Turkish Airlines.