Airports in Cameroon
Bafoussam Airport (IATA: BFX, ICAO: FKKU) is an airport serving Bafoussam, capital of the West Province of Cameroon. As of September, 2012, the airport has no commercial scheduled passenger service.
Douala is the largest city in Cameroon, the capital of Cameroon’s Littoral Region and the richest city in the whole CEMAC region of six countries. Home to Cameroon’s largest port and its major international airport, Douala International Airport, it is the commercial capital of the country. Consequently, it handles most of the country’s major exports, […]
Foumban Nkounja Airport (IATA: FOM, ICAO: FKKM) is an airport serving Foumban, a city in the Noun Department of the West Province in Cameroon. It is also known as Foumban Airport. The airport is located southwest of Foumban in Koutaba, and some sources also refer to it as the Koutaba Airport (IATA: KOB).
Garoua is a port city and the capital of the North Region of Cameroon, lying on the Benue River. It is the center of trade of the surrounding agricultural region and also houses several textile processing facilities. The city has 235,996 inhabitants according to the 2005 Census, making it the third most populous city in […]
Ngaoundéré or N’Gaoundéré is the capital of the Adamawa Region of Cameroon. It had a population of 152,700 (at the 2005 Census). It lies at the northern end of the railway to Yaoundé and is also home to an airport. Attractions in the city include the Lamido Palace and the Lamido Grand Mosque. The town […]