Brazzaville airport (BZV)

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Maya-Maya Airport, opened on August 11, 2010, is the main air terminal in the Republic of the Congo. It operates with domestic and international flights to destinations in Africa and Europe.

Official Website: brazzaville-airport.com
Number of Terminals
- 1 - Open 24 hours a day.
Annual passenger traffic: More than 980,000 passengers went through it in 2016.
Tel: +242 820 996. Information desks on the first floor, opposite the check-in offices.

Location

Brazzaville airport is located 4 km (3 miles) northwest from the city of the same name.

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Avis (Tel +242 6832 0401) and Europcar (Tel +242 6969 2222) provide car hire services 24 hours a day inside the terminal.

 

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The airport has a bank (Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 am to 8:30 pm, Saturdays from 1:00 pm to 7:30 pm), currency exchange bureaus (Monday to Saturday from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm, Sunday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm), ATMs and post office. The Salon Ebene, open 24 hours a day, is found after the security checkpoint, to the left of the exhibition area; it has drinks, telephones, TV, snacks, air conditioning, newspapers and magazines, Wi-Fi (accessible with Priority Pass membership).

Food and Drinks- There are restaurants in the Arrivals and Departures Halls.
Shopping- A few stores can be found, including duty-free shops.
Baggage- Secure luggage wrapping in the Departures area, from 6:00 am to 8:30 pm. In case of missing luggage, head to the counter of the corresponding airline.
Other Services- Medical clinic, pharmacy.

 

Taxi - It is advised to only use authorized cabs (green-colored) and agree on a fare with the driver prior to departing. Journey time to the city centre is approximately 15 minutes.

 

An outdoor parking lot is available in front of the terminal building, in addition to a VIP sector. Prices

 

Facilities are very limited. Passengers requiring special assistance or wheelchairs should inform their travel agency or airline about their needs in advance.