Gambia Bird, the new airline for West Africa, will take flight from October 15 with weekly flights from Banjul to London Gatwick and Barcelona; and Freetown to London Gatwick – the latter, along with all Freetown routes, is pending governmental approval. The airline also plans services from Banjul to Dakar four times a week, to Freetown twice a week, Monrovia twice a week), Lagos twice a week, and once a week to Conakry and Accra. Germania Express will provide two Airbus A319s on an ACMI basis. The first aircraft—which features 12 business and 126 economy class seats—arrived in BJL Sept.
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