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Update on Gambia Bird:

Unfortunately, Gambia Bird ceased operations in 2014.

Can we please suggest these alternative airlines which fly similar routes to Gambia Bird:

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About Gambia Bird

Gambia Bird, officially known as Gambia Bird Airlines Limited, was the flag carrier of Gambia after Gambia International Airlines ceased operations in 2007. It commenced operations in 2012, but unfortunately ceased operations in 2014. The airline was headquartered at Kanifing, The Gambia, with its airport hub in Banjul International Airport.

Gambia Bird was created by Germania in partnership with the Gambian Government. After ceasing operations, the fleet of Gambia Bird have returned to service with Germania.

Since Gambia Bird ceased operations, there have been no Gambian airlines. However, in 2021, a new airline named WestAf Gambia will launch as the first scheduled passenger airline since Gambia Bird.

Gambia Bird Fleet

Airbus A319-100

Class Fares

The airline no longer operates, however, before it ceased operations, it offered cabins with only one class; economy. This seating was comfortable and spacious, with a great service. When they flew, the aircraft was a 144 maximums capacity aircraft.

Gambia Bird Destinations

Under the United Express brand, Gambia Bird flies to many cities across North America:

Cameroon Douala
Gambia Banjul
Ghana Accra
Guinea-Bissau Bissau
Guinea Conakry
Liberia Monrovia
Nigeria Lagos
Senegal Dakar
Sierra Leone Freetown
Spain Barcelona
United Kingdom London

Gambia Bird Airlines Hub Airport

Banjul International Airport

Banjul International Airport, known as Yundum International, is located within Gambia’s capital; Banjul.

Banjul International Airport was built during World War II and has been used for passenger flights since, but was rebuilt in 1963. Other airlines that operate to the airport include Slok Air International, Titan Airways, Air Peace, Air Senegal, ASKY, Turkish Airlines and many more.

Banjul International Airport exterior

Photo Accreditation: Jolle