Chad’s N’Djamena airport is a small but busy airport in continental Africa. Booking a Meet and Assist Service will make passing through it fast and easy. N’Djamena Fast Track’s local greeters will help bypass the lines and ensure a quick arrival, a smooth departure, or a successful connection.
Africa Fast Track’s service in Chad adds a first class feel, usually reserved for VIPs or celebrities. The service may include regular or special immigration handling, an electric buggy kart, help with VOA and baggage, Before you book, our reservation team & system will help you book the exact service that you need.
On arrival Chad Fast Track’s English speaking greeters will meet you near the air bridge. They will assist you through any passport or visa control, and escort you to the baggage and customs area. They will help find your driver, or if you booked a connection, check in to your next flight.
On departure, they will contact your driver, will assist you through check-in and immigration, and will take you to your airline lounge or the boarding gate.
For connections, the greeter will meet you near the air bridge and will guide and escort you through the arrival, departure and transfer processes needed for your connection, right through to your airline lounge or the gate.
For more than 10 years our Airport Assistance and Booking Team has assisted thousands of travellers pass smoothly through busy airports. Before you book, Fast Track’s tools and expert staff will help you understand and choose the exact service you need at the lowest possible cost.
Fast Track services are available to any traveler, on any airline, and in any cabin class, and in all major airports around Asia, the Middle East & Africa.
N’Djamena International Airport in Chad (IATA Code NDJ ) is a dual use airport; it is used by the French and Chad military and also it is used commercially by various regional and international airlines.
From Chad you can fly directly to Paris with Air France and also to Istanbul with Turkish Airlines. There are also flights to neighboring destinations e.g. Addis Ababa, Khartoum, Cairo, Abidjan.
N’Djamena Airport has been used by the French Military since independence and presently has over 1200 personnel engaged in operations in the region. This airport is home to a dozen mirage 2000 fighter jets and a number of puma helicopters all operated by the French military.
Safety is paramount at this airport especially since it is co shared with the French and Chad military and it offers important facilities including; medical, rescue and fire services. The military are based on one side of the runway whilst on the opposite side are all the civilian flight operations.
This government owned airport is a hub for 2 airlines presently; Tchadia Airlines is the national airline of Chad and it flies to 10 destinations including Kano in Nigeria, Douala in Cameroon, Sarh in Chad and Khartoum in Sudan. The other airline Toumai Air Tchad is the national carrier and although until 2018 it was suspended; there are reports that the government has come to an agreement with Ethiopian Airways to provide regional services.
Chad is a landlocked country and it has shared borders with Libya, Sudan, Nigeria and Niger to the West. It’s capital is N’Djamena with a population around 720,000. N’Djamena, it’s capital used to be called Fort-Lamy after a French major before gaining independence from France. However, in 1973 the name was changed to its present name.
Chad gained its name from Lake Kuri (The Kuri is a breed of the humpless longhorn group of cattle) but renamed Lake Chad in the 16th century. The population in Chad now exceeds 15 million and is culturally and religiously diverse. Although a fertile country it is a resource poor country and it suffers from drought and periodic famine. Many international charities including CARE and World Vision offer ongoing assistance to this country.