Abidjan International Airport (ABJ) is the main airport serving Abidjan, the economic capital of Côte d’Ivoire. Located about 16 kilometers south of the city center, the airport is the busiest in the country and one of the largest in West Africa, handling millions of passengers every year.
ABJ airport has two terminals, with Terminal 1 primarily serving domestic flights and Terminal 2 handling international flights. The airport offers a range of amenities and services to make your travel experience as comfortable and convenient as possible.
Passengers can find a variety of dining options at the airport, from fast food outlets to sit-down restaurants. There are also several shops selling a range of products, including duty-free items, souvenirs, and books.
ABJ airport also provides facilities for disabled passengers, such as wheelchair assistance and accessible restrooms. Other services include banking facilities, ATMs, currency exchange, and car rental services. The airport also offers free Wi-Fi to all passengers.
For those needing to rest or work, there are several lounges available, offering comfortable seating, quiet areas, and a range of refreshments. Priority Pass members also have access to airport lounges.
Transportation options to and from the airport include taxis, buses, and rental cars. There are also several hotels located near the airport, offering convenient accommodation options for travelers.
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