Flights from Amsterdam
The Netherlands' Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport serves
charter flight departures to Banjul throughout the year with an
increased rate of services during the wintertime period from November
During the holiday season flights from Amsterdam to Gambia are
available on Fridays, Wednesdays and at the weekends on a Sunday
during 2013 to 2014.
There are are several airline companies operating on the aforementioned months.
• Arke Fly (NL)
The Dutch airline's main base is at Schiphol Airport and
operates most of the flights outbound to Banjul which fly out on a Friday with
the addition of each Monday as from 17th October 2013 to 23rd April 2014.
Arke Fly is the charter carrier of the Dutch arm of Germany's TUI AG
(Touristik Union International) and its fleet consists of Airbus
A320-232 and Boeing 737-800 / 767-300ER aircraft.
departure combinations means that as well as durations of 7 nights,
passengers can fly from on a Friday, relax in Gambia for 9 nights and return to Amsterdam
on a Sunday.
The carrier is a Netherlands based low-cost airline
operating independently of its parent company Air France-KLM Group. It
operates flights each Wednesday to Banjul from Schiphol from 2nd
November 2013 to 21st March 2014. In addition from it will operate flights on
Saturday from the 5th November 2013 to 24th March 2014. Transavia has
subsidiary base airports are at Eindhoven and Orly (Paris).
To book a seat you need to go to
Travelpoort who are based in Europe as
well as The Gambia as the airline itself does not have this country's
Evert v/d Beekstraat 202
1118 CP Schiphol
Departures and Arrivals
out of Europe the recommended
check-in time is 3 hours before your departure from the
Schiphol Airport. For those transiting within the EU it is
recommended to check-in 2 hours before departure. Desks are
situated in Departure Halls 1, 2 and 3 and are numbered.
• As well as Banjul there are flights to around 250 other
information should not be relied upon to make any travel decisions as
it may be subject to change. Seek advice from your travel agent, tour
operator or the carrier concerned].