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Libreville Leon M'ba International Airport is an airport situated in Libreville, Gabon. It is the main international airport in the country.Named after the first president of Gabon, Léon M'ba, it was the hub of former national airline Air Gabon until March 2006.
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Destination: LIBREVILLE  


Airline: Turkish Airlines
Fare From: £495 Return Including Tax

Travel dates : Up to 30 Nov 15

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The area was inhabited by the Mpongwé tribe long before the French acquired the land in 1839. In 1846, L'Elizia, a Brazilian ship carrying slaves for sale, was captured by the French navy near Loango. The slaves were freed and founded Libreville (French for "Freetown") in 1848. It was the chief port of French Equatorial Africa from 1934 to 1946 and was the central focus of the Battle of Gabon in 1940.

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Libreville was named in imitation of Freetown and grew only slowly as a trading post and a minor administrative centre to a population of 32,000 on independence in 1960. It only received its first bank branch when Bank of West Africa opened a branch in 1930. Since independence, the city has grown rapidly and now houses nearly half the national population.

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