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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

► GAMBIA: Gambia Bird set to start Lagos and Douala from April; announces timetable revision.

Gambia Bird logoFollowing on from our previous post, Gambia Bird (3G) has announced numerous changes to its network in anticipation of Summer 2013, effective 31 March 2013. Additionally, the carrier will launch Lagos and Douala flights from 02APR13.

Gambia Bird's updated network map
Gambia Bird's updated network map(GreatCircleMapper)

Existing Operation (Not including those with planned service increase from 31MAR13):

  • Banjul – Accra – Monrovia 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Bamako – Ouagadougou – Bamako – Dakar – Banjul 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Conakry – Abidjan 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Dakar – Abidjan – Accra 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Dakar – Freetown – Monrovia 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Dakar – Freetown – Banjul 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Freetown 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Freetown – London Gatwick – Freetown – Dakar – Banjul 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Freetown – Monrovia 1 weekly (Service extended to Lagos from 04APR13, see below) 
  • Banjul – London Gatwick 1 weekly

Planned Service launch or increases from 31MAR13:

  • Banjul – Barcelona Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
  • Banjul – Dakar Terminator service increases from 3 to 4 weekly
  • Banjul – Freetown – Monrovia – Lagos Operation extends to Lagos from 04APR13, 1 weekly
  • Banjul – Lagos NEW 1 weekly service
  • Banjul – Lagos – Douala NEW 1 weekly service

Overall operation:

  • Abidjan 2 weekly
  • Accra 2 weekly
  • Bamako 1 weekly
  • Barcelona Increase from 1 to 2 weekly from 31MAR13
  • Conakry 1 weekly
  • Dakar Outbound service increases from 6 to 7 weekly, inbound increases from 8 to 9 weekly
  • Douala NEW 1 weekly service from 02APR13
  • Freetown Outbound 4 weekly, inbound 5 weekly
  • Lagos NEW 3 weekly service from 02APR13
  • London Gatwick 2 weekly
  • Monrovia 3 weekly 
  • Ouagadougou 1 weekly
Source [AirlineRoute]

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