Monrovia Roberts International Airport
Monrovia Roberts International Airport, also known as Robertsfield, is the main airport serving the city of Monrovia, capital of Liberia. Until 1985, the airport was operated by Pan American World Airways, operating as the carrier's major African hub. Following civil war, the airport opened a new terminal building in 2012, used predominantly by Air France and Delta Air Lines. The airport is today served by a range of African and European carriers.
- 3,353m × 46m
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