PERSONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
HEALTH & IMMUNIZATION: Yellow Fever and Cholera Vaccination Certificates are required for travelers arriving from infected areas. The U.S. Public Health Service reports that a malaria risk exists throughout the country.
GUINEA'S EMBASSY IN THE UNITED STATES
ADDRESS: Embassy of the Republic of Guinea, 2112 Leroy Place, NW, Washington, DC 20008
TELEPHONE: (202) 483-9420
UNITED STATES' EMBASSY IN GUINEA
ADDRESS: B.P. 603, 2nd Blvd. and 9th Avenue, Conakry, Guinea
TELEPHONE: (244) 44-15-20/21/22/23/24
FAX: (244) 44-15-22
PUBLIC HOURS: Monday thru Friday, 8:15 AM to 3:45 PM
AIRCRAFT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Private, nonscheduled commercial and charter aircraft overflying or landing for commercial or noncommercial purposes must obtain prior permission from the Ministry of Transportation, B.P. 715, Conakry, Guinea (TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: 22349-MITRANS GE/TELEX: SITA CKYKKGI) at least 72 hours prior to departure. All requests must include:
a. Type of aircraft and registration marks;
b. Aircraft radio call;
c. Name and address of aircraft operator and commander on board;
d. Purpose of flight;
e. Total number of passengers, number who are passengers, and type and amount of cargo;
f. Date and times of arrival and departure and airports to be used; and
g. Route of flight, including date and times of entry and exit of Guinea.
CORPORATE AIRCRAFT CONSTRAINTS
AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SOURCE
AIP "Roberts FIR"
INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE
AERODROMES OF ENTRY
DOD En route Supplement/Chart: AFRICA L2
Day operations only. Customs: 24. WGT-CAT: B-747. Noise abatement procedures in effect.