Garoua, North Region, Cameroon
Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield)Customs
An airport where customs officials are stationed. The customs airport serves as the gateway for air cargo, where customs procedures are carried out for international air freight.
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Garoua Airport (IATA: GOU, ICAO: FKKR), also known as Garoua International Airport, is an airport with domestic flights only serving Garoua, the capital of North Province, Cameroon. The Airport serves the city of Garoua, capital of Cameroon's Northern Region and gateway to the country's northern agricultural and industrial regions. Camair is the airport's only operator, offering services to the capital Yaoundé. The airport is publicly owned and is operated by Aéroports du Cameroun. The annual passenger traffic through Garoua International Airport was estimated at 24,800 persons in 2009, while an average of 109 mt of cargo were received annually at this airport. The airport was opened to traffic in the early 1980s and is an important access point for the northern part of the country. This airport was used in February 2008 for relief operation delivery for Chadian refugees in Northern Cameroon.
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