Nouvelle Air Affaires Gabon

Nouvelle Air Affaires Gabon, based in Libreville, Gabon, is an established airline operating both corporate and freight charter services. With its main base at Libreville International Airport, the airline has been a significant player in Gabon’s aviation industry since its inception on 30 June 1975 by Raymond Bellangeras, initially as Air Affaires Gabon. Originally established as a regional, domestic passenger and cargo carrier, it played a key role in supporting the construction of the Trans-Gabon Railway railroad line in the 1970s. In 1996, it merged with Gabon Air Transport. Nouvelle Air Affaires Gabon stands out as the last carrier in Gabon not on the list of air carriers banned in the European Union, following the closure of Afrijet and Gabon Airlines.


Nouvelle Air Affaires Gabon operates primarily as a charter service, offering both corporate and freight charter flights. With its strategic base at Libreville International Airport, the airline is well-positioned to serve various domestic and regional destinations, providing essential connectivity within Gabon and to neighboring countries.


The fleet of Nouvelle Air Affaires Gabon is diverse and includes aircraft well-suited for both corporate and cargo charters. As of 10 February 2010, the fleet comprised the following aircraft: 1 Challenger 601, 1 Cessna 208, 1 Bombardier Dash 8-Q300 (as of August 2019), 1 Hawker 800XP, and 2 Raytheon Beech 1900D Airliners. These aircraft enable the airline to offer versatile and reliable services to its clients.