About The Airport
Conakry is the capital of the Republic of Guinea and has had an international airport since the 1950s. Successive transformations allowed it to increase traffic and adapt to changes in international air transport. Conakry Airport is located on the peninsula of Kaloum in G’Bessia locality; 13 km from downtown and the French being the national language.
With the arrival of the Second Republic in 1984, as part of the restructuring of State businesses, SOGEAC was created November 2, 1987. Mixed Company, partnership between the Guinean Government (51%) with French partners (49%), Aéroports de Paris Management (ADPM)
SOGEAC is responsible for: the management, operation, maintenance and renewal of Conakry airport infrastructure as conceded by the Guinean State including the fire department and ground handling services to airlines.
Facts and Figures
- Number of Serving Airlines: 13
- Number of Direct Destinations: 12
- Number of Terminals: 2 - Domestic/Neighboring and International
- Number of Runways: 1
- Length of Main Runway (m): Asphalt/ Bitume 3300m X 45m, 06/24,
- Passenger Numbers (mppa): 360,007 (2012)
- Cargo Tonnes (p.a.): 2012 = 5475
- Ownership: Republic or Guinea (51%) ADPM 49%
- Total Catchment Population: Guinea 10,884,958
- Urban Population: (July 2012) 2,000,000.
- Aircraft Parking Stands: 10 (2 with air bridges)