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About Air Djibouti

Air Djibouti, also known as Red Sea Airlines, is the flag carrier of Djibouti. The airline was first launched in 1963 but ceased operations in 2002. In 2015, Air Djibouti relaunched itself, at first only serving cargo. Since 2016 it has served passengers as well. The airline's headquarters are in the country's capital, Djibouti city. 

Since the relaunch, Air Djibouti has been chaired by Aboubkar Omar Hadi and its CEO has been Mario Fulgoni. The company was supported by Cardiff Aviation, a UK-based company in South Wales. In late 2015 Air Djibouti relaunched service with a Boeing 737 freighter air craft. The government wishes to establish the country as a regional logistics and commercial hub for trade in East Africa. The relaunch of Air Djibouti occurred as part of this plan. The airline started regional services with the Boeing 737-400 on 16 agosto 2016 and planned to introduce two new aircraft before the end of 2016. In noviembre 2017, Air Djibouti's contract with Cardiff Aviation ended. Ethiopian Airlines has expressed interest in a possible partnership.



Air Djibouti Destinations

País Ciudad Aeropuerto
Djibouti Djibouti Djibouti-Ambouli International Airport
Etiopía Addis ababa Aeropuerto Internacional de Addis Abeba Bole
  Dire Dawa Dire Dawa International Airport
Somalilandia Berbera Berbera Airport
  Hargeisa Hargeisa Airport
Yemen Aden  
Egipto El Cairo  
Somalia Bosaso  


Air Djibouti Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

• Economy class: 1 item up to 10 kg with maximum dimensions of 55 x 25 x 35 cms.

• Executive class: 1 item up to 10kg with maximum dimensions of 55 x 25 x 35 cms plus an additional smaller item which does not exceed 8kgs.

NOTE: there may be some flexibility, depending on the equipment of the aircraft and/or the restrictions imposed by governmental regulation.

Checked Baggage

• Economy class: 1 item up to 23kg and the dimensions cannot exceed 158 cms (height + length + width). 

• Executive class: up to 2 pieces, each one not weighing more than 32kgs and the dimensions cannot exceed 158 cms (height + length + width). 



Economy Class

Economy Class Facilities

The cabin crew will be available throughout the flight. A high quality snack or meal will be served along with a selection of drinks and hot beverages.




Business Class Facilities

A choice of plated meals or snacks will be offered, served on bone china, by the dedicated Business Class crew.

Business passengers can make the most of premium lounges. This includes a complimentary hot meal/beverage, wi-fi, and a quiet and relaxed environment.

What is Business Class seating like?

There is a separate cabin, with comfortable reclining seats, and no middle seat.


Air Djibouti Hub Airport 

Djibouti Airport

Air Djibouti is based at Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport, which is both a military and civilian airport. It is situated in the town of Ambouli, Djibouti and serves the national capital, Djibouti City. The airport is located approximately 6 kilometres from the city centre. It occupies an area of 10 square kilometers. The airport includes a V.I.P terminal for prime ministers and presidents.  The airport was opened in 1948. Originally modest-sized, the facility grew in the post-independence period after numerous successive renovation projects.

In the mid-1970s, the airport was enlarged to accommodate more international carriers, with the state-owned air Djibouti servicing regular trips to Air Djibouti's various destinations. Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport has a single terminal building, with one departure gate. As the airport is located south of Djibouti City and its runways run east and west, an airliner's landing approach is usually directly over the conurbation of the capital, when the wind is from the west.

Djibouti Airport


Air Djibouti News

noviembre 2017

Air Djibouti contract with Cardiff Aviation ends

The UK-based aircraft services and MRO provider, Cardiff Aviation, has announced it has ended its contract with the Djibouti Ports and Free Zone Authority (DPFZA) regarding its involvement and ongoing support of Air Djibouti. Under the terms of its MOU with the DPFZA signed in mayo 2015, Cardiff Aviation, in Wales, was tasked with securing and managing a European-level Air Operators Certificate (AOC) for Air Djibouti in addition to sourcing aircraft and providing operational management for the new African carrier.

“A new CEO, Abdourahman Ali Abdillahi has been appointed in Djibouti who will be overseeing an airline that has seen a steady increase in loads throughout the set-up process and important airline partnership agreements initiated, so we hope that trend will continue,” Cardiff Aviation chairman Bruce Dickinson said. Ahead of Cardiff Aviation's impending departure, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde Gebremariam, had said his airline was in talks over a possible partnership with Air Djibouti. A virtual carrier, Air Djibouti has relied on chartered capacity since its inception.