Bamako Senou Airport Reviews
Bamako Senou Airport Reviews
Bamako Senou International Airport (IATA: BKO, ICAO: GABS) is Mali’s main airport approximately 15 km south of downtown Bamako, the capital of Mali in West Africa. It is managed by Aéroports du Mali (ADM).
The Bamako Senou Airport’s operations are overseen by the Malian Ministry of Equipment and Transports. Senou Airport was opened to traffic in 1974. The airport was upgraded between 2007 and 2012 in a 181 million US dollar project funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation, a United States foreign aid agency. Passenger traffic steadily increased in the early 2000s. Government figures show 403,380 passengers in 1999, 423,506 in 2003, 486,526 in 2004, and 516,000 in 2005.
It is predicted to reach over 900,000 by 2015 under a low (4%) yearly growth rate scenario. To date this growth rate has been surpassed. Total air traffic at BKO increased by 12.4% in 2007 and 14% in 2008. Most of this increase came in passenger transport, with the number of passengers served increasing by 20% in 2007 and 17% in 2008. Twenty-seven airline carriers operated weekly or better at BKO in the 2007–2008 period. This continued growth was offset by cargo flights’ decline of 16.75% in 2007, and 3.93% in 2008.
Bamako Senou Airport highest frequency route is on the Bamako–Dakar sector with 29 weekly non-stop connections. Domestic flights also serve Mali’s regional capitals Kayes, Mopti, Timbuktu, Sikasso, Gao, and Kidal.
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Bamako Senou Airport Map
Bamako Senou AirportWeather Forecast
|Forecast for Bamako_%C2%A4002f_Senou||Precip.||Temp.||Wind||speed|
|18.10.2017||22–24||0 mm||28 °C||Light air from East||1 m/s|
|19.10.2017||00–06||0 mm||26 °C||Light breeze from Northeast||2 m/s|
|06–12||0 mm||23 °C||Light breeze from Northwest||2 m/s|
|12–18||0 mm||35 °C||Light air from East||1 m/s|
|18–24||0 mm||32 °C||Light breeze from East||3 m/s|
|20.10.2017||00–06||0 mm||26 °C||Light air from East-northeast||2 m/s|
|06–12||0 mm||25 °C||Light air from West||1 m/s|
|12–18||0 mm||36 °C||Light breeze from East-northeast||3 m/s|
|18–24||0 mm||32 °C||Light breeze from East-northeast||3 m/s|
|21.10.2017||00–06||0 mm||26 °C||Light breeze from East-northeast||2 m/s|
|06–12||0 mm||23 °C||Light air from North||1 m/s|
|12–18||0 mm||36 °C||Gentle breeze from East||4 m/s|
|18–24||0 mm||32 °C||Light breeze from Northeast||2 m/s|
|22.10.2017||00–06||0 mm||26 °C||Light breeze from East-southeast||2 m/s|
|06–12||0 mm||24 °C||Light air from Northeast||1 m/s|
|12–18||0 mm||36 °C||Light breeze from Southeast||2 m/s|
|18–24||0 mm||34 °C||Light air from South-southeast||1 m/s|
|23.10.2017||00–06||0 mm||28 °C||Light air from North-northeast||1 m/s|
|06–12||0 mm||21 °C||Light breeze from East||2 m/s|
|12–18||0 mm||35 °C||Light air from North-northeast||0 m/s|
|18–24||0 mm||33 °C||Light air from North-northeast||1 m/s|