By using our smart filters you can find flights and destination matching your requirements.
The prices shown are avarage prices we have estimated for each destination. Click on 'CHECK PRICES' to see an exact price.
Banjul International (BJL) is the largest airport in Gambia. You can fly to 15 destinations with 12 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.
The most frequently departed route is the route to Freetown (FNA) in Sierra Leone with an average of 11 flights from Banjul International every week which is 24% of all weekly departures. There are no domestic flights scheduled for departing from Banjul (BJL) as far as we know.The two longest flights are Banjul (BJL) to Amsterdam (AMS) that takes around 6 hours and 50 minutes and Banjul (BJL) to Istanbul (IST) with a flight time of 6 hours and 50 minutes.
Air Senegal is the largest airline here by counting the number of departures with around 10 scheduled take-offs every week. The second largest operator from Banjul International is ASKY Airlines. A large aircraft operating on this airport is the Airbus A330. The aircraft types with most scheduled flights are the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A31X/32X.
The route with the longest flighttime from Banjul (BJL) is to Amsterdam (AMS) and takes about 6h 50min with a Boeing 737MAX 8 Passenger
Based on number of scheduled departures next month.
Based on number of scheduled departures next month
The most common aircrafts in our database
FlightsFrom.com is a useful website for finding airline routes and flight schedules globally. The idea is being able to explore destination opportunities through non-stop flights from a specific airport. It's a tool to set up your business meeting or weekend holiday based on your timeschedule and your closest airport.
Many mainstream sites don’t list low-cost carriers or link transoceanic flights to regionally based carriers that can provide less expensive options. For that, you need a bigger tool kit… (Hint: search by destination airport at FlightsFrom.com)
Many low-cost carriers airlines prevent their flights from showing up on some of these (read Vayama or Google Flights) third-party travel websites. If you want a chance to view all local departures, try using FlightsFrom.com