International Airport Leon MBA of Libreville
Flight Scheduled Destination Terminal Status
AT 537 00:50 CASABLANCA Hall International Departed at 01:25
HF 825 07:30 COTONOU Hall International Departed at 07:32
J7 112 07:30 PORT-GENTIL Terminal 2 Afrijet Departed at 07:23
J7 122 10:00 MVENGUE Terminal 2 Afrijet Departed at 09:53
WB 231 12:10 COTONOU Hall International Departed at 12:15
KQ 566 13:00 NAIROBI Hall International Departed at 13:44
ET 925 13:45 Yaoundé Departed at 14:26
J7 118 21:30 PORT-GENTIL Terminal 2 Afrijet Departed at 21:25
AF 977 22:20 PARIS Hall International Boarding
TK 589 23:25 ISTANBUL Hall International Delayed to 03:45
Flight Scheduled Origin Terminal Status
J7 113 09:10 PORT-GENTIL Terminal 2 Afrijet Arrived at  09:07
WB 231 11:30 DOUALA Arrived at  11:38
KQ 566 12:10 Yaoundé Arrived at  12:55
ET 925 12:55 ADDIS ABEBA Hall International Arrived at  13:22
J7 343 13:00 Sao-tomé Terminal 2 Afrijet Arrived at  12:59
J7 123 13:45 MVENGUE Terminal 2 Afrijet Arrived at  13:09
KP 060 18:20 Lomé Hall International Arrived at  18:31
J7 117 19:10 PORT-GENTIL Terminal 2 Afrijet Arrived at  18:58
TK 589 22:30 ISTANBUL Hall International
HF 820 22:45 ABIDJAN Hall International

Baptized the “City of Seven Hills” or “Ongola”, Yaoundé is the political capital of Cameroon.

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

• A lively metropolis with numerous museums such as the Museum of Cameroonian Art in the Benedictine monastery, the Museum of Negro Art or the parish of N’Djong Melen.
• You can continue to discover local arts and crafts at Kennedy Square and the huge tent for the arts and crafts center.
• Finally, to experience the heart of Cameroonian life, visit the Mokolo, Messa and Brick-making neighborhoods and taste the best grilled chicken in the country in their many small restaurants.

Starting from Yaoundé, take advantage of visiting the city of Foumban, important center for traditional African art kept at the Royal Palace and its museum.

For nature lovers, you can climb Mount Cameroon (4094 meters) in the midst of varied landscape between the forests and savannahs, or visit the National Waza Park, among the most impressive in Central Africa where you can see elephants, lions, hippopotamus, antelope, giraffes, baboons and other monkeys; or for those who simply want to lie in the sunshine and relax, you can go to the ocean resort area of Kribi, with its long white sand beaches.

Located along the ocean, Lomé is the capital of the smallest country in French-speaking West Africa – Togo. The city has an important seaport from which they export cotton, coffee, cocoa and palm oil.

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

• During your stay in Lomé, you can take a walk in the impressive open-air market, stroll along the streets and take your time on the terrace of a coffee bar, take in the dynamic and popular atmosphere of this capital split between the high buildings and the sandy streets.
• For a day of relaxation, take advantage of the coconut trees along the beaches or an excursion around Lake Togo just 25 km away where you can see numerous bird species, such as the grey pelican.

In spite of the small size of its territory, Togo will attract you through the great diversity of its landscape, the authenticity and hospitality of its inhabitants. You will discover natural authenticity with the hills, forests and savannahs preserved through the centuries.

You can hike through the plateau region, discover the Tamberna countryside and its traditional fortress houses, the “tatas”, without forgetting to visit Togoville, the Voodoo showplace.

Happy and confident with the success of Asky Airlines and their partnership with Ethiopian Airlines, Lomé will allow you the connections you are seeking to visit even more destinations in West Africa.

Lagos is the biggest city in Nigeria and on the African continent with more than twelve million inhabitants within the city limits, and has one of the biggest ports in Africa and is the main industrial and commercial center of Nigeria.

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

• As the 6th producer of petroleum in the world, Nigeria is a business destination, offering a large choice of connecting flights allowing you to reach other destinations in West Africa and in the world.
• Overpopulated, Lagos is not a city that is good for relaxation, but if you enjoy challenges, it can seduce you with its reggae, juju and afro-beat music.

If you want to visit the countryside, you can go to the best natural reserve area in West Africa – Yankari National Park, or Oshogbo – a real incubator of artists and the cradle of Yoruba art.

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!

Douala is the economic capital, as well as the biggest city in Cameroon. It is located at the mouth of the Wouri River and has extended beyond the two river banks. It is also the biggest port in the country and one of the major ports of Central Africa.

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

• The interest of Douala for you resides in its proximity to the multiple remarkable tourist sites in Cameroon.
• Starting from Douala, take advantage of visiting the city of Foumban, important center for traditional African art kept at the Royal Palace and its museum.

For nature lovers, you can climb Mount Cameroon (4094 meters) in the midst of varied landscape between the forests and savannahs, or visit the National Waza Park, among the most impressive in Central Africa where you can see elephants, lions, hippopotamus, antelope, giraffes, baboons and other monkeys; or for those who simply want to lie in the sunshine and relax, you can go to the ocean resort area of Kribi, with its long white sand beaches.

São Tomé Island is the largest island of São Tomé and Príncipe. São Tomé, on the northeast coast, in the Gulf of Guinea about 300 km from the coast of Gabon. Small archipelago, which is still unknown and yet filled with such beautiful marvels of nature, Sao-Tomé is like a dream come true for vacationers. A welcoming and smiling population, nature that has been preserved, and a Portuguese colonial history that has left its marks and will seduce you with the beauty of its architecture.

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

• Eco-tourism is a big advantage for Sao Tomé: nature lovers will be amazed by the Natural Obo Park, the primary equatorial forest and the observation point for the whales, dolphins or even the giant leatherback turtles – a protected species.
• Water sports are also on the agenda with snorkeling, underwater diving, fishing or boat excursions, all available for the sportsmen.

So you mustn’t miss this opportunity just 45 minutes away to experience an entirely different environment and culture!

Cotonou is the economic capital and the biggest city in Benin. It hosts two thirds of the industry in the country.

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

• Cotonou is regionally known for its 20-hectare international market – Dantokpa, one of the biggest in West Africa. You can find all sorts of products: shoes, cotton materials, food products, jewelry, etc. in the middle of permanent activities.
• Cotonou is also the world of motorcycle taxi-men: what they say in the ‘Fon’ language is « take me quickly », and they will take you to any corner of the city for a few hundred Cfa Francs.

For those who love nature and animals, Benin is endowed with a great diversity of natural scenery: the Lacustrian region of Ganvié on Lake Nokoué, lagoons and beaches with coconut trees to the South, savannahs in the center of the country, arid hills and animal parks to the North.

However, Benin is above all the Land of Voodoo, an « Animistic » cult, and an immense cultural patrimony that is included in their multiple traditions, their history and their intellectual and artistic life.

So do not hesitate for a cultural weekend or safari, fly off to Cotonou from the Libreville airport in less than two hours!

Tchibanga is a town in Gabon, with about 20,000 inhabitants and the capital of Nyanga province in the south-west of the country. The city is located on the Nyanga River in the department of Mougoutsi, 408 km southeast of Libreville. It is the crossroads of the main roads of the province.

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

For visitors, the city allows access to various tourist interests not to be missed:
• The Ivela falls, in the Mitoungou Parade, at the confluence of Nyanga and Moukalaba.
• Nioumbitsi caves and marble quarries
• Kivoro Lake
• Flora and fauna (buffalo, antelope, bushpigs, elephants, monkeys and gorillas) from the Moukalaba reserve.

Port-Gentil is the economic capital of Gabon, the second city of the country in terms of the number of inhabitants, and the county seat of the Ogooué Maritime Province.
It was built on Mandji Island, and is only accessible by air or by sea.
Port-Gentil is an industrial city which produces three-fourths of the wealth of Gabon through petroleum activities and wood industry.
It also has the main naval base of the National Gabonese Navy.

Why book a flight to Port-Gentil from Leon Mba International Airport in Libreville?

• Also a beach resort area, Port-Gentil is known for its beautiful white sand beaches and crystal-clear ocean water. Numerous water sports are offered to sports lovers, including windsurfing, underwater diving, jet ski rentals or fishing.
• With a typical island mentality, you have an opportunity to visit all the neighborhoods, including the Balise, Romb’Intchozo, the Mosque, the ‘Village’ or even Saint-Louis Church in the center of the city.
• We also recommend that you should fly over the region to admire the impressive landscape with its winding rivers in the middle of the equatorial forest before flowing into the Atlantic Ocean.

Port-Gentil also hosts two important national competitions every year: the Gabonese windsurf championship and the Ozouri off-road motorcycle race which both bring huge crowds.