N'Djamena International Airport

Last updated: Wednesday, October 4, 2023


N'Djamena International Airport is a large airport located in N'Djamena, Chad. It serves N'Djamena and the surrounding areas.

It operates scheduled services and is identified by the IATA code NDJ.

N'Djamena International Airport is situated in the continent of Africa, specifically in the country of Chad, with latitude 12.1337 and longitude 15.034.

It has an elevation of 295.05 meters (968 ft) and is identified by the GPS code FTTJ.

Phone+235 66 28 45 18
Elevation295.05 m (968 ft)
Address42MM+352, N'Djamena, Chad
WebsiteN'Djamena International Airport
WikipediaN'Djamena International Airport

Airport address

N'Djamena International Airport

42MM+352, N'Djamena, Chad

Which country is N'Djamena International Airport?

N'Djamena International Airport is situated in N'Djamena, which is in Chad, a country located on the continent of Africa.

How do I get from N'Djamena International Airport to city centre?

To get from N'Djamena International Airport to the city center, you can follow these steps:

  1. Taxi: The most convenient option is to take a taxi from the airport. Taxis are readily available outside the terminal building. Make sure to negotiate the fare before getting into the taxi. The journey to the city center takes around 15-20 minutes, depending on traffic.

  2. Hotel Shuttle: If you have booked accommodation in a hotel, check if they offer a shuttle service from the airport. Some hotels provide complimentary or paid shuttle services for their guests. Contact your hotel in advance to inquire about this option.

  3. Car Rental: If you prefer to drive yourself, you can rent a car from one of the car rental agencies available at the airport. Make sure to have an international driving license and familiarize yourself with the local traffic rules.

  4. Public Transportation: Public buses or minibusses (known as "bush taxis") are available in N'Djamena, but they might not be the most convenient option for travelers with luggage. However, if you are comfortable with public transportation, you can inquire about bus routes or ask locals for guidance.

It is advisable to plan your transportation in advance and have local currency (CFA Franc) available for payment.

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Most common questions

Below are quick answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about N'Djamena International Airport.

  1. What airlines operate at N'Djamena International Airport? N'Djamena International Airport is served by several major airlines, including Air France, Ethiopian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and Kenya Airways, among others. These airlines offer both domestic and international flights to various destinations.

  2. Are there any facilities for passengers at N'Djamena International Airport? Yes, N'Djamena International Airport provides a range of facilities for passengers. These include duty-free shops, restaurants, currency exchange services, ATMs, and car rental counters. Additionally, the airport offers Wi-Fi access, lounges, and medical facilities to ensure a comfortable and convenient travel experience.

  3. How far is N'Djamena International Airport from the city center? N'Djamena International Airport is located approximately 5 kilometers (3 miles) east of the city center. The airport is easily accessible by road, and the journey to the city center usually takes around 15-20 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. Taxis and car rental services are available at the airport for transportation to and from the city.


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