International Airport Leon MBA of Libreville
Flight Scheduled Destination Terminal Status
HF 821 09:10 ABIDJAN Hall International Departed at 09:25
J7103 10:00 MVENGUE Terminal 2 Afrijet Departed at 10:23
NRG 1555 10:00 OYEM Hall Domestique Departed at 10:55
NRG 1530 10:05 MAKOKOU Hall Domestique Departed at 10:54
WB 216 11:40 COTONOU Hall International Registration
C2366 12:05 LOME Hall International Boarding
ET 925 12:20 ADDIS ABEBA Hall International Registration
NRG1555A 13:00 OYEM Hall Domestique Registration
J7121 13:00 MVENGUE Terminal 2 Afrijet
NRG 155 13:30 OYEM Hall Domestique Registration
Flight Scheduled Origin Terminal Status
NRG 102 08:50 PORT GENTIL Hall Domestique Arrived at  09:50
J7012 09:05 PORT GENTIL Terminal 2 Afrijet Arrived at  09:12
WB 216 10:50 KIGALI Hall International
C2366 11:15 MALABO Arrived at  12:32
ET 925 11:30 ADDIS ABEBA Hall International
J7014 12:25 PORT GENTIL Terminal 2 Afrijet
NRG 1531 12:25 MAKOKOU Hall Domestique
NRG 156 12:50 OYEM Hall Domestique
J7124 15:30 BRAZZAVILLE Terminal 2 Afrijet
C2367 16:15 LOME Hall International


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Kinshasa, formerly called Leopoldville, is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Located on the southern bank of the Congo River, it is just across from the capital of the Republic of Congo – Brazzaville.

Why book a flight to Kinshasa from Leon Mba International Airport in Libreville?

• Kinshasa offers a very special environment, a lively and enthralling city whose energy inspires most Africans to dream of a better life.
• You can plunge into this artistic city having an extraordinary cultural patrimony, dance to the “Ndombolo” recognized throughout Africa, enjoy the Congolese dishes with “foufou” or “Moambe”, and do not miss the open-air market, the Fine Arts Academy, the Kinsuka region, the Boboto Center and the symphony of arts.

Kinshasa is the capital of a magnificent country with undeniable natural beauties and an enormous potential for ecotourism. The DRC has a huge diversity of landscape (forests, savannahs, mountains, rivers, streams and mangroves), unique fauna with emblematic species such as the “bonobo” or pygmy chimpanzee, the plains gorilla, the mountain gorilla, the pheasant, the okapi, and all of this within the eight national parks and sixty reserve areas that you must absolutely discover if you have the time!