Afrinat International Airlines
|Operating bases||Banjul International Airport|
|Fleet size||1 (at closure)|
|Headquarters||Bakau, the Gambia|
Afrinat International Airlines is an airline headquartered in Bakau, the Gambia. It was founded in 2002, and provided scheduled services within West Africa out of Banjul International Airport. In 2004, the airline ceased to exist.
Afrinat International Airlines was created in 2002 by West African businessmen looking to fill the gap left by the disparition of Air Afrique by directly connecting New York's JFK Airport to West African cities. Its first president was Samule Ofori. Afrinat was originally based in the USA.
The Afrinat International Airlines fleet consisted of a single McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30 jet aircraft.
As of 2004, Afrinat served the following destinations:
- The Gambia
- Sierra Leone
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- Afrinat International Airlines: Official website Archived April 1, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
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