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Aviation: Gabon’s Libreville International Airport get ICAO certification to become the first in Central Africa

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The Léon-Mba International Airport (IATA: LBV) in Libreville, the capital city of Gabon has received the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) certification to become the first Airport in the Central African Region.

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According to a report on rfi.fr, the airport attained this hight as a result of the Gabonese government’s investment in the renewal of its equipments, the safety of the airstrip, the marking and especially the training of its teams.

ICAO handed over the certification on May 8th 2021 after a 2-year of work and audits on the quality and safety of the Airport’s infrastructures.

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