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Flying to/from Libreville (intra-Africa)

We are considering incorporating Gabon into a three-week trip in which we will also be going to Namibia and Zambia. We will be flying into either London or Paris, then connecting to either Lusaka (from London) or Libreville (from Paris).

Any thoughts from anyone as to logistics of making Gabon part of this trip? I know Air Gabon went out of business recently, but Air France can get us there from Paris. My biggest concern is getting to/from Libreville from Windhoek or Lusaka.

Can anyone with experience with traveling to/from Libreville provide some insight?

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