Bata Airport

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Bata Airport


BSG is located in Equatorial Guinea
Location of airport in Equatorial Guinea
Airport type Public
Operator Aeropuertos De Guinea Ecuatorial (ADGE)
Location Bata, Equatorial Guinea
Elevation AMSL 36 ft / 11 m
Coordinates 01°54′19.69″N 009°48′20.45″E / 1.9054694°N 9.8056806°E / 1.9054694; 9.8056806
Direction Length Surface
ft m
03/21 10,827 3,300 Asphalt
04/22 6,597 2,511 Asphalt

Bata Airport (IATA: BSGICAO: FGBT) is the second largest airport in Equatorial Guinea, after Malabo Airport.


The airport is located some way north of Bata and a short way south of Utonde, it has a 2.3 km runway that operates only during the daytime and in good light. The state carrier and four other private companies make up the majority of Bata's industry, transporting passengers from Bioko's international airport or the two 800m strips on Annobón or Mongomo. The airport is large enough to accommodate a Boeing 737. Bata served 15,000 passengers in 2001. In July 2002, all staff at the airport were arrested for allowing the leader of the Popular Union, an opposition party, to board a flight to the Gabon. The tower frequency is 118.800 MHz (VHF).

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
CEIBA Intercontinental Douala, Libreville, Malabo
Cronos Airlines Cotonou, Douala, Malabo
Guinea Ecuatorial Airlines Malabo
Punto Azul Malabo

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