Banjul International Airport GBYD
Banjul International Airport, (sometimes Yundum International), is the international airport of Banjul, the capital of the West African country of Gambia. Here’s what you need to know.
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Languages spoken at Banjul International Airport: English
Airport and ATC operating hours: 24/7
On the Ground
Runway length: 3,600m x 45m
Types of aircraft handled: Boeing 767, AN24, B757, ATR42, ATR72, DC9, B737, A320, A330, DC10, B747, LI011, B727, A321
Fire category: CAT 8
Cargo capacity: 42,000 tons per year/ 3,500 tons per month
Fuel type: Jet A1
Operating restrictions: None
Maintainance and hangars: Not available
Parking facilities: Parking is allocated by the tower
Airport security: CCTV, AVSEC, police
Customs and Immigration
- Customs and Immigration are available 24/7 at Banjul International Airport
- Required documentation: GENDEC, crew badges, visas, passport
Alternative airports: GUCY/GOOY/GGOV
A0805/17 – THE ISSUANCE OF OVERFLIGHT AND LANDING PERMITS AT BANJUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS DELEGATED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF FLIGHT SAFETY STANDARDS (DFSS) ON AN AD-HOC BASES BY THE DIRECTOR GENERAL. ALL AIRLINES AND OPERATORS ARE ADVISED TO TAKE NOTE. 13 JUN 09:36 2017 UNTIL 13 SEP 23:59 2017 ESTIMATED.
Safety: Visitors are advised to take sensible precautions like avoiding solo travel where possible, avoid walking at night, and carrying valuables in public.
Health: If you are asthmatic, beware the poor air quality in the dock area.
Weather: Banjul’s climate is tropical. Temperatures average the same throughout the year, between 29°C and 31°C.
- River Gambia National Park
- Abuko Nature Reserve
- National Museum
- Albert Park
For assistance with your operation to Banjul International Airport, or another location in West Africa, contact UAS’ Lagos office at firstname.lastname@example.org