Gambia International Airlines ceased operations in 2007.
Gambia International Airlines was founded in 1996 as the flag carrier of Gambia. It's headquartered in Banjul at Banjul International Airport. It had services to five countries in Europe and Africa including the Gambia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and the United Kingdom. Just before the airline stopped operating, it had two aircraft in its fleet and they were both Boeing 737s but two different variants, -200 and -800.
Unfortunately, in 2007, Gambia International Airlines stopped flying.
Gambia International Airlines wasn't part of any airline alliance.
Gambia International Airlines used to operate flights to Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and the United Kingdom from Gambia.
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Banjul International Airport (BJL) is the international airport of Banjul in the Gambia. The airport is also known as Yundum International and it's mainly being used for commercial passenger flights. With a single runway operation, the airport is also serving many airlines including Air Peace, Air Senegal, ASKY Airlines, Guinea Airlines, Transair, TUI Airways, WestAf Gambia and more.
Before the airline ceased operation, they used to operate a fleet of Boeing 737-200 and Boeing 737-800.