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|Hubs||Malabo International Airport|
|Headquarters||Malabo, Equatorial Guinea|
|Key people||Santiago Nsobeya Efuman Nchama (CEO)|
The airline was on the list of air carriers banned in the European Union but it currently has scheduled direct flights from Malabo to Madrid.
In 2009 the CEO of CEIBA Intercontinental Mamadou Jaye, a Senagalese citizen of Gambian origin left Equatorial Guinea with a suitcase containing 3.5 billion CFA francs (approximately 5 million euros or 6.5 million United States dollars) and spare ATR aircraft parts to negotiate trade deals with Côte d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, and Senegal and to establish a West African office for CEIBA. Jaye never returned to Equatorial Guinea. Jaye denied that he took money from the company and filed a lawsuit against Rodrigo Angwe, the Malabo-based correspondent for Agence France Presse (AFP) and Radio France Internationale (RFI) who submitted the story. Angwe used an employee as a source; the employee said that he received the information from the internet. After the employee's admission, AFP and RFI retracted the story. Jaye accused Angwe of publishing the internet article himself.
CEIBA Intercontinental serves the following destinations as of January 2016:
|Abidjan||Ivory Coast||ABJ||DIAP||Port Bouet Airport|
|Accra||Ghana||ACC||DGAA||Kotoka International Airport|
|Annobón||Equatorial Guinea||NBN||FGAB||Annobón Airport|
|Bata||Equatorial Guinea||BSG||FGBT||Bata Airport|
|Brazzaville||Republic of the Congo||BZV||FCBB||Maya-Maya Airport|
|Dakar||Senegal||DKR||GOOY||Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport|
|Douala||Cameroon||DLA||FKKD||Douala International Airport|
|Libreville||Gabon||LBV||FOOL||Libreville International Airport|
|Madrid||Spain||MAD||LEMD||Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport [operated by White Airways]|
|Malabo||Equatorial Guinea||SSG||FGSL||Malabo International Airport [Hub]|
|Mengomeyén||Equatorial Guinea||MGY||FGMY||President Obiang Nguema International Airport|
|N'Djamena||Chad||NDJ||FTTJ||N'Djamena International Airport|
|Pointe Noire||Republic of the Congo||PNR||FCPP||Pointe Noire Airport|
|São Tomé||São Tomé and Príncipe||TMS||FPST||São Tomé International Airport|
The CEIBA Intercontinental fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2016):
|Boeing 737-800||2||0||Entry Into Service: 2014|
|Boeing 767-300ER||1||0||operated by Guinea Ecuatorial Airlines|
|Boeing 777-200LR||1||0||Leased and operated by White Airways, 1 currently stored|
Accidents and incidents
On 5 September 2015, a Boeing 737 flying Flight C2-71 (Dakar - Cotonou) collided with a HS-125 air ambulance flying from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso to Dakar, Senegal. The Boeing 737 diverted to Malabo where it landed safely. The air ambulance apparently suffered a decompression incident and is believed to have crashed in the Atlantic ocean. 
- CEIBA Intercontinental
- "Ceiba Intercontinental". Retrieved 25 October 2015.
- AFP. "Equatorial Guinea airline boss vanishes with millions." Global Travel Industry News. 12 April 2009. Retrieved on 19 October 2009.
- "Journalist appears in court on defamation charges." International Freedom of Expression Exchange. 28 April 2009. Retrieved on 19 October 2009.
- "Global Airline Guide 2016 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2016): 13.
- flyingphotos. "Flyingphotos Magazine News: CEIBA to take delivery of three 737-800s within the next 12 months; hunting for more 777s.". Retrieved 25 October 2015.
- Hradecky, Simon. "Accident: Ceiba Intercontinental B738 over Senegal on Sep 5th 2015, midair collision with ambulance jet". The Aviation Herald. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
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