Freetown-Lungi International Airport is an international airport located in the coastal town of Lungi, Sierra Leone. It serves as the primary airport for domestic and international travel to and from Sierra Leone. The Sierra Leone River separates Lungi International Airport from Freetown, the capital city of Sierra Leone. The airport is operated by Sierra Leone Airports Authority. It was originally a UK Royal Air Force station.
The terminal building of the airport has a General Waiting Hall, a Departures Wing, and an Arrivals Wing. The General Waiting Hall provides ticketing desks for local transportation (coach, ferry, helicopter, hovercraft, and taxi), postal services, a travel agency office, and a restaurant; the Departures Wing contains duty free shops, lounges, and a business centre with telephone, Internet, and fax services; the Arrivals Wing has a customs hall with a money exchange window, a lost and found baggage office, and an information office. The airport grounds also contain a bank (First International Bank Ltd), an aviation security centre, a police centre, a car park, and a mosque.