Civil aviation in The Gambia is comprised of two carriers Slok Air International and Afrinat International Airlines that both operate regionally within West Africa, and both are based at Banjul International Airport (Yundum International).
The Gambia Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is an autonomous body responsible for regulation and supervision of civil aviation in Gambia; Gambia recently became a member of AIP ASECNA for safety and navigation services.
Airports in Gambia
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The outlook after the Japanese earthquake was still not entirely clear this week even as Narita International Airport Corporation stated all operations at the airport had returned to normal, and Delta reported it was operating its “normal” 40 flights a day to Japan.
As African governments sought a path to successful locally-based airline operations, some attempted to gain the benefits of scale and coverage by forming joint airlines. With a good deal of support from European governments and flag carriers, two early examples of airlines jointly representing the interests of neighbouring countries shared resources, costs and – hopefully - the profits.