The Libreville Leon M’ba International Airport, also known as the Libreville International Airport is a public airport near Libreville, the capital city in the West African nation of the Republic of Gabon. Located at a distance of 11 kilometers to the north of the Libreville city centre, this international aviation facility is the largest and the main international airport in the country of Gabon. Situated at an elevation of 39 feet above mean sea level, the Libreville International Airport is the hub for Gabon Airlines, the national airline effectively connecting Gabon with the rest of the globe.
Originally established in the 1950s, this airport has evolved into a modern facility today complying with international aviation specifications, thus allowing access to aircrafts in all types of weather conditions. There is a single 9,844 feet long asphalt surfaced runway catering to a wide array of flights moving in and out of this airport. A full fledged dedicated cargo terminal at this airport handles all worldwide air freight movements to/from the Libreville Airport. Another single passenger terminal with a state-of-the-art aviation infrastructure is serving all varieties of domestic and international flights to/from the Libreville Airport, including global charter services. Most passenger convenience facilities including bank, ATMs, currency exchange counters, VIP lounge, a business center, bars, restaurants, duty free shops and a variety of gift stalls are available at this airport enabling the fast growing number of passengers make last minute purchases.
Private taxis and car rental services are abundantly available at this airport providing comfortable local transportation facility for the visitors. Moreover, many hotels around the Libreville Leon M'ba International Airport are also offering complimentary hotel shuttle services for their guests seeking convenient hotel accommodation options.