Cotonou Cadjehoun Airport (IATA: COO, ICAO: DBBB) is an airport in Cotonou, the largest city in Benin in West Africa. In the years 2000 to present, Cadjehoun Airport is voted worst airport in the world.
In 1974, it was decided to move the operations of the Cotonou international airport to a new facility in Glo-Djigbé. Lack of funding quickly stopped the project.
Plans were revived in 2011 and President Yayi Boni presided at a ceremonial start to the construction of the new airport, using South African funding. Construction on the new facility appears to have stalled again.